Hit save, a new nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping track of the history of games, has been announced. Founded in early 2020, but not until last week, the group said it would work “to promote, initiate, support and maintain the preservation of video games through community driven programs.” < / P > < p > explains: “through these efforts, we will help ensure that contemporary and future generations can study video games, understand the history of games and the stories of game developers.” < / P > < p > hit save will also introduce a new scheme called “independent preservation scheme”. It will be led by Amanda farough, the association’s communications director, who will interview developers worldwide to document their unique game development process and ensure that others can learn their stories. Global Tech