Sony’s newly hired games preservation engineer has addressed clarification on his job role.
Earlier in the week, Garrett Fredley announced his role as senior build engineer in PlayStation’s “newly created Preservation team”.
In the video (spotted by TheGamer), Fredley explains that game preservation is a process where games can still be brought back and played after 100 years of storage.
As speculation grew on what this meant, Fredley has followed up by sharing a 2019 video from GDC on what preservation means.
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