Sony PS3 Getting Online Saving in Firmware 3.60?
The skies and the clouds are the limit for the PlayStation 3 with Online Saving feature.
Recent reports have revealed that Sony will be incorporating a new feature for the PS3 firmware update 3.60 which will definitely change the way we play our games wherever we are. Called “Online Saving,” the cloud storage system allows players to save their games on a remote server rather than the PS3 hard drives, thus giving more space on the gaming console.
Sounds pretty sweet, huh? This means we can play our saved games on any console as long as the game is available. But here’s the catch: rumors report that the feature will be only made to PlayStation Plus subscribers, thus properly calling the Online Saving feature the “Save File Insured.”
It was reported back in 2009 that a similar feature was about to be unleashed by Sony where it was called “PS Cloud.” But it was only until Firmware 3.60 that the feature came into reality.
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