Before upgrading your PS4 to PS4 Pro you must know what is PS4 Cloud Saves – Moving PS4 to PS4 Pro? Because this is very important for those PS4 users who don’t want to lose their data when they upgrading their PS4 to PS4 Pro. PS4 Cloud Saves is the best idea for PS4 users when they upgrading their PS4.
PS4 Cloud Saves is the best idea for those PS4 users who have important data in their PS4 HDD. After when they finished upgrading their PS4 to PS4 Pro they’ll be needed those data. PS4 Cloud Saves means the PS4 user saving his/ her data online not on any HDD or SSD. It’s saved online.
How to Access PS4 Cloud Saves?
PlayStation Plus have more features than PS4. Here is the solution with images. Check it out below:
- First, you need to go Settings.
- Then go, tot, he Application Saved Data Management.
- Now, you need to go to Saved Data in Online Storage.
- Go to the Download to System Storage.
Here you can download to system storage or delete what you have in the cloud. So, if you are your friend’s house uploaded it then you go to Download to System Storage. Recently I was at my cousin’s house and I was planned backup Battlefield.
There is the save file now option. Select and hit enter button the game you want to download. Now, check or tick the option and click on download.
When you select the Download to System Storage option wait for some time. It’ll take 5-30 minutes as your system health. Once it downloaded, it’s now on your system storage.
Finally, now you can upload the game online and that’s called PS4 Cloud Saves. To upload the game you need to go to Saved Data in System Storage. And select Upload to Online Storage what you want to upload.
On my profile, you can set it to you automatically upload. And you do the buy making your primary PS4. But if you don’t have, you go to the list of those games which you want to upload. Select the, and check it and click on upload.
FAQs on PS4 Cloud Saves
If you’re going to buy the Pro before getting rid of the other you don’t have to do any of this. When you boot up the Pro it’ll ask if you are switching from a previous PS4. When you say yes it tells you to hook an ethernet cable between the two and power the old one up (not attached to a TV). Then it transfers everything over. Games saves, etc.
If you buy plus, you can backup your saves to the cloud and re-download them on your new system. The PS4 also has a transfer system you can use by physically linking the two consoles (I haven’t used the gat, so no idea how well it works). You can also backup saves to a USB and transfer them that way. The cloud system seems to work better though.
If you cancel plus, you will lose access to your saves, but you need to redownload them anyway to use them so buying plus, backing up and then restoring, and canceling should work fine. You’d likely be paying the month at least.
The PS4 offers cloud saves only to paying subscribers to PlayStation Plus and syncs those saves to the cloud when you log out of the system but limits online save data storage to 1GB.
You can’t backup your PS4 data to the cloud because it doesn’t have an option to backup the entire system in one go. Instead, you must back up your Game and App data individually. Also, you can choose to back up data to the cloud* or to a USB device
If you‘ve saved or uploaded beloved PS4 games into online cloud storage, you‘ll be able to find and restore deleted or lost PS4 hard drive games from Cloud Saves.
About cloud saves though, you only get them with PlayStation Plus. Your games will automatically upload to the cloud and you can re-download them on any PS4 on your account. You can still use a USB drive to back them up or transfer them though.
Cloud saving on PlayStation 4 requires a PlayStation Plus subscription. There’s no getting around that. If you aren’t a member of the service, which is also needed for playing most games online, you can try it free for 14 days, after which you‘ll have to start paying around $60 per year.
When you delete a game, its game save data isn’t deleted. You can reinstall the game in the future and resume from where you left off. If you want to play a game again, you’ll need to reinstall it.
If you’re using the PS4 at short times and don’t necessarily have a lot of digital downloads, 500gb will get you by. A standard PS4 possesses 500 GB and it is not enough to store different types of PS4 video games and UHD movies. So for this, you have to upgrade your external or internal storage of PS4.
You can only transfer them between different PS4 systems, though without the same user on the new system, they cannot be accessed.