Sony continues to make news from Gamescom in Koln today, now announcing that the PlayStation Plus service is coming to the Vita and storage space for game saves is being increased. Read on for details.
Sony is bringing PlayStation Plus to the PS Vita and is increasing your storage space for game saves to 1GB from 150MB. Great news! Here are some of the posted details:
Since its inception, PlayStation Plus has delivered a strong value to PlayStation gamers. We’ve been keeping our ears to the ground and asking Plus members “What would you like to see added to PlayStation Plus?”
We will also deliver PlayStation Plus, which is currently available for PS3 users, to PS Vita users this year. By purchasing a membership to PlayStation Plus, PS Vita users will be able to enjoy various services which will become available exclusively for members.
Additionally, we’re upgrading Online Game Save Storage. Previously, Online Game Saves offered up to 150MB of game save data storage in the cloud for PlayStation 3. With this update, Plus members will get to store up to 1GB of game save data. This means you’ll never have to worry about running out of space for your game save files!
This is really good news. Here’s hoping that they roll out some of the fun features, like beta games, to the PS Vita as well!PlayStation Plus Coming to Vita Blog Post