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PlayStation has established a new section to preserve old games

BingMag.com <b>PlayStation</b> has <b>established</b> a <b>new</b> <b>section</b> to <b>preserve</b> <b>old</b> games

According to a new employee, PlayStation has launched a new team to protect games. Garrett Fredley, who previously worked as a construction engineer for Kabam, a Canadian mobile developer, has now joined PlayStation as a chief construction engineer.

Fredley tweeted to celebrate the hiring. And he released his LinkedIn and expressed his excitement about joining the new "protection" team from the games. "Today is my first day as a Chief Construction Engineer for PlayStation, and I am working as one of their initial recruits for the newly created game protection team," he tweeted.

BingMag.com <b>PlayStation</b> has <b>established</b> a <b>new</b> <b>section</b> to <b>preserve</b> <b>old</b> games

He continued:" Keeping the game was my first job interest. This was my first attack on the world of software engineering/development and entering a world of which many were unaware. I was just a novice at the time and helped in any way I could, regardless of my inexperience. Now, I'm back in that job position, but I'm no longer a former beginner. Thank you [QA World President] Mike Bishop and the whole team for accompanying me on this adventure. "Let's get started and make sure our industry history is not forgotten." Led to the complete archive of several multiple titles. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Last month, Sony announced that it intends to provide access to a wide range of classic PlayStation game consoles through the newest PlayStation Plus premium subscription, the new PlayStation Plus Premium. Fredley's job may not be unrelated to this.

Sony has recently made decisions that many believe are harmful to protecting the company's old games. In fact, last year the company confirmed that it would close the PlayStation 3, Vita and PlayStation Portable digital stores in the summer of 2021. The news was met with widespread negative reactions due to the number of digital games that will no longer be available. However, PlayStation reversed its decision shortly after the criticism and kept the PlayStation 3 and Vita digital store open, closing only the portable PlayStation Store, making it no longer possible to access the console's 35 games.>

BingMag.com <b>PlayStation</b> has <b>established</b> a <b>new</b> <b>section</b> to <b>preserve</b> <b>old</b> games

Better to deal with such issues alongside the classic games in the PlayStation Plus Premium shared service as well as the huge list of memorable and classic games Sony from previous generations could have been a good incentive for Sony to think about starting a team that aims to preserve the company's old games, as these games make up the PlayStation legacy.


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