It’s that time again when PS Plus users discover which free games will be coming to the service at the start of next month. This time around players can engage in brutal melee combat with For Honor, or stealthily take out enemies in Hitman: The Complete First Season.
Along with the free games comes a big announcement for PS Plus users, as the cloud storage will get a huge hike in storage space. The previous cap limit stopped players at a measly 10 GB of cloud storage for important save files. The upcoming update will boost the cloud storage to a whopping 100 GB, giving plenty of room for keeping your save files safe from accidental deletion or corruption.
On a more somber note, the PS3 and PS Vita will be on their final month for free titles from the PS Plus program. The PS3 free games are highlighted by the outstanding stealth-action game, Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. Divekick also joins the PS3 line up, while Gunhouse and Rogue Aces are the last free Vita games. Those titles will have an extension on availability, lasting until March 8, 2019.
To benefit from all of the mentioned features above, including the cloud storage, you must have a membership to the PlayStation Plus online service.