It has not been a long time since Sony announced that the ability for the cloud to save money for members of PlayStation Plus would have increased in February 2019. Well, the change came sooner than expected, since the feature is now available. Sony says that the feature is being developed, so it's possible that you do not have enough storage space yet, but you're looking to add it.
100GB extended cloud storage is now available for PS Plus members. Enjoy 10x more cloud space for all those PS4 games! pic.twitter.com/JAFbUFDI39
– PlayStation (@PlayStation) 8 February 2019
With this feature, PlayStation Plus members who take advantage of the functionality now have access to up to 100 GB of storage space. The original cap was 10 GB, so an increase of 100 GB is a big change. This is how the games for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita will no longer be offered to subscribers for free. Sony has offered over $ 1,500 of free games in 2018, so their removal is definitely a big change. It is not known if the function is seen as a replacement, but in both cases, it is definitely an appreciated addition.
The increase in cloud storage is just one of the many consumer-focused decisions that Sony made last year. Obviously, it has finally announced that it will allow cross-platform gaming on PlayStation 4. In addition, members of PlayStation Network will be able to change their network IDs in the future. The function is still in progress, although some users have been able to test the function
If 100 GB is not enough, you can always check out the official PlayStation portable hard drive. Since the size of the games gets bigger and bigger, more storage space is required.