PlayStation Plus subscribers now get 100GB of cloud storage space


Even though many developers are now shying away from the PlayStation 4 to focus on PS5 game development, Ahmad still foresees Sony's current console having a "solid" year. As always, there are two games for each of the consoles now supported by PlayStation Plus: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita.

The second game is the entire first season of Hitman. Seagate said games can take up 40GB each and - as any fan will know - just a few can max out PS4 disk storage. February 2019, for example, is looking pretty damn good with Hitman: The Complete First Season and For Honor leading the way. That's the case in February; claiming both Vita games will get you access to their PS4 versions. PS Vita (Cross-Buy with PS4) All six games listed above will be free to download starting on Tuesday, February 5th. It isn't all bad news, though; to compensate players for the loss of those games, the amount of cloud storage available for PlayStation 4 players will be increased from 10GB to 100GB. You may have got wind that certain people were receiving invitations to "witness the future of PlayStation" at an event later in February. Which of these titles will you be downloading? This is due to the sheer scale of the game and the fact it was built exclusively with the PlayStation 3's complex Cell microprocessor, which can be hard to emulate.

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While this PS Plus lineup is set to change once more on March 5, these PS3 and PS Vita games will actually be available to download until March 8.