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Wednesday, 17 August 2011 07:47

Borderlands 2 to use cloud storage

Written by David Stellmack


Save your data to the cloud in sequel
Randy Pitchford from Gearbox Software has suggested that Borderlands 2 will offer cloud save storage to allow players to access their Borderlands 2 saved files on any console. While Microsoft has confirmed that cloud save storage was coming, no official time table has been announced as to when Microsoft plans to roll it out.

According to Pitchford, the move to cloud storage has more to do with making sure that players don’t lose their saved game data and allowing them to access it from any console. Gearbox is working hard to achieve the goal of cloud storage for Borderlands on all releases. While it isn’t confirmed that the PS3 and PC versions will offer it, it does seem that this is what Gearbox wants.

Borderlands 2 is still on track for release next year, and the released trailer for it at Gamescom just seemed to whet our appetite for this title even more, but we still have quite a wait till it arrives.

David Stellmack

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