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New PS Vita update lets you access cloud saves quicker


6:30 PM on 08.07.2013



A new system update for the PlayStation Vita has added a number of new features. The biggest being the ability to quickly access PlayStation Network servers so you can now upload/download save data from the cloud, so long as you have a PlayStation Plus subscription.

Update 2.60 has also added shortcuts to your network settings to quickly access things like your WiFi setting, plus stream music and videos from your PlayStation 3 or PC without having to copy the content over first. System update news is so exciting!






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