Sony to bring Cloud to PS3 with Firmware update 3.60

Reports states that, Sony to bring Online saving to Playstation 3 subscribers, Service will give Playstation Plus subscribers to save the game in the remote servers.

Sony PS3 to have online saving

Sony will be going ahead ‘Microsoft’ in the gaming consoles, if they did the Cloud computing for their subscribers. According to the report, the Sony informed the developers the PS3 will soon offer the subscribers to save the games through cloud storage.

According to Kotaku reports that, the Sony is planning to offer the PS3 gamers, the option of uploading trhe games to the remote servers. And with a saving space on hard drives, the service will be linked to the user’s Playstation Network Accounts, and giving them a ability to get their saves in different PS3.

Kotaku also reports that, the service will be offered to Playstation Plus Subscribers. The Online saving will be a part of PS3’s upcoming 3.60 firmwares update.

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