PlayStation Plus offers you more than just the ability to play online on your Sony console or get a handful of free titles every month. It also backs up your game saves and profiles to the cloud. Sony initially offered subscribers 10GB of cloud storage but it’s now making a significant increase. The company has announced that it’s increasing the PlayStation Plus cloud storage limit to 100GB.

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Sony will be expanding the cloud storage space for all PS Plus subscribers to 100GB from 10GB in early February. This will provide console owners with more space to back up their game saves and profiles to the cloud. This allows them to save their game progress and character profiles on one system and then continue where they left off on another PS4 console without losing any progress.

The company has also confirmed the PS Plus free games lineup for the month of February 2019. The lineup includes For Honor and the entire first season of Hitman. The lineup also includes Divekick and Metal Gear Solid: Guns of the Patriots for the PlayStation 4 as well as Gunhouse and Rogue Aces for the PS Vita.

These games will be available starting February 5th, 2019 and will be available through March 5th. Sony is also reminding subscribers that starting March 8th, it will no longer offer PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita games as part of the PS Plus monthly free games lineup.

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