Microsoft and Sega team for the “Super Game” project

Sega Announce It plans to create the so-called “Super game“The project in cooperation with Microsoft utilizes the latter’s Azure cloud technology. It seems to be a long-term undertaking, and it will produce “games with a focus on’global’,’online’,’community’ and’IP utilization'”.


Mentioned to investors for the first time in May this year, Sega’s Super Game project seems to emphasize global attention the most. “By considering the establishment of a strategic partnership with Microsoft, we seek to further advance our game development so that fans all over the world can enjoy our games; in this regard, our goal is to build an alliance to take advantage of Sega’s powerful game development Capabilities and Microsoft’s cutting-edge technology and development environment,” said Sega President Yukio Mizuno.

For its part, Microsoft seems to look forward to continuing to cooperate with Sega. “By considering the establishment of a strategic partnership with Microsoft, we seek to further advance our game development so that fans all over the world can enjoy our games; in this regard, our goal is to build an alliance to take advantage of Sega’s powerful game development Capabilities and Microsoft’s cutting-edge technology and development environment,” explained Sara Bond, a Microsoft executive.

With popular franchises such as “Persona” and “The Underworld”, Sega seems to have shined recently, and the success of “Persona 5” has prompted the company to look for more global hits. Sega also has a large catalog of game franchises that it can rely on to achieve this goal, many of which still have a high profile. In recent years, Sega’s release platform strategy has changed, prompting it to release games more actively on PC. In any case, I hope we can learn more about Sega’s super game plan soon.