Sony is forming a game conservation team

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A Sony playstation controller is seen at an area that was devastated by last week’s earthquake and tsunami, in Kesennuma, north Japan, March 19, 2011. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN – Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY) – GM1E73J1CCS01

One of the big changes brought by Sony’s new PlayStation Plus is the direct inclusion of the PS Now service (in some regions). In this way, subscribers have the opportunity to experience more classics on older consoles, and perhaps it is because of this factor that Sony is now more concerned about game conservation. Video Games Chronicle recently discovered via Twitter and LinkedIn that Sony has recruited Garrett Fredley, a build engineer at mobile software developer Kabam, to create a game conservation team.

No official details have been shared yet on what the team will do. Looking back, Sony didn’t do a good job of protecting the game’s “artifacts”. Starting to pay attention in the PS5 generation, it gives a feeling of being forced to compete under the pressure of Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass. But in any case, the backward compatibility of the PlayStation console should be enhanced after the new team is established, and it remains to be seen to what extent.

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