Step 1: Sign in to your PS4
Before you can access cloud storage, you need to sign in to your PS4 with your PlayStation Network (PSN) account. If you don’t have an account yet, you can create one for free on the PSN website.
Step 2: Enable Cloud Storage
Once you’re signed in to your PS4, go to “Settings” on the home screen, then select “Application Saved Data Management,” and finally “Saved Data in System Storage.” From there, select “Upload to Online Storage” and turn the toggle on to enable cloud storage.
Step 3: Select Data to Upload
After enabling cloud storage, you can select which data you want to upload. You can upload game saves, screenshots, and videos. To upload game saves, go to “Saved Data in System Storage” and select the game you want to upload. Then, select “Upload to Online Storage” and choose the save file you want to upload.
Step 4: Monitor Upload Progress
Once you’ve selected the data you want to upload, the PS4 will start uploading it to the cloud. You can monitor the progress of the upload by going to the “Notifications” tab on the home screen. You’ll also receive a notification when the upload is complete.
Step 5: Download Data from Cloud
If you want to download your data from the cloud to your PS4, go to “Saved Data in Online Storage” under “Application Saved Data Management.” From there, select the data you want to download and choose “Download to System Storage.”
Step 6: Manage Cloud Storage
You can manage your cloud storage by going to “Online Storage” under “Application Saved Data Management.” From there, you can see how much storage space you have left, delete data from the cloud, and change the upload/download settings.
Step 7: Enjoy Cloud Storage
Now that you know how to upload data to cloud PS4, you can enjoy the benefits of cloud storage. With cloud storage, you can back up your game saves, access your data from any PS4 console, and never worry about losing your progress again.
1. How much cloud storage does PS4 offer?
PS4 offers 100GB of cloud storage for PS Plus members, and 10GB for non-members.
2. Can I access my cloud storage from a different PS4 console?
Yes, you can access your cloud storage from any PS4 console by signing in to your PSN account.
3. Can I upload data to cloud PS4 while playing a game?
Yes, you can upload data to cloud PS4 while playing a game. The upload process will run in the background, and you’ll receive a notification when it’s complete.
No, cloud storage is tied to your PSN account and cannot be shared with other users.
5. Can I upload data to cloud PS4 without a PS Plus membership?
Yes, you can upload data to cloud PS4 without a PS Plus membership, but you’ll only have 10GB of storage space.