Metal Gear Solid 4 is Final PS3 PS+ Game and We Get 90GB Cloud Storage Upgrade

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Posted January 31, 2019 by Richard Lee Breslin in Gaming News, PS Vita, PS+, PS3, PS4

Alongside the release of the PS Plus games for February 2019, PlayStation has announced that all PS+ subscribers will be getting a 90GB cloud storage upgrade.  This means that instead of having 10GB, we’ll now have 100GB!  So hopefully this will put an end to all those notifications telling us that we can’t load up our recent saves.  While we’re here, we might as well show you also what games are coming to PS+ this February, which I believe is a great month (even without the bonus cloud storage space).

From February 5th, we’ll also be getting Hitman: The Complete First Season and For Honor on PS4.  On PS3 we’ll be getting Divekick and the brilliant Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, which is one of the greatest games of all-time in my humble opinion, and just so happens to be the final PS3 game ever included in PS+.  While for PS Vita, we’ll get Gunhouse and Rogue Aces, both of which are cross-play for PS4 also.  February is also the final time we’ll get PS Vita games included in PS+, so from March it will be PS4 only.

Are you happy with this month’s line-up?  Let us know across our social media channels.


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Richard Lee Breslin
Richard Lee Breslin

Gamimg has been my life for 30+ years and will always be my passion. I have a BDes Hons Games Development and Digital Media, and I hope to one day turn my passion for gaming and writing into a living. My favourite gaming series are Resi Evil, Metal Gear Solid, Silent Hill, Assassin's Creed, Uncharted and The Last of Us. I collect gaming merchandise, comics and movies. I love football (namely Aston Villa) and WWE. I can also often be found wondering the outskirts of Raccoon City. Follow me on Twitter @Solidus5nake


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