SEGA will further develop old IPs with more remakes, remasters and reboots; 13 games will ship in the next fiscal year

Japanese publisher SEGA will further develop old IPs by releasing more remasters, remakes and reboots.

In its latest financial report, the Japanese publisher outlined its key strategies for the next 3 and 5 years, including deepening key properties such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Yakuza, Persona and Total War, actively mining old IPs and expanding them further with remasters, remakes and reboots.

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The core strategies of the new mid-term plan are to deepen existing major IPs such as Sonic, PHANTASY STAR, YAKUZA (Ryu ga Gotoku), Persona, and Total War and bring them to global markets. We are also taking up the challenge of the “Super Games” within five years. Additionally, given our large pool of IPs that enjoy strong global recognition, we will actively leverage old IPs and develop them further i.e. through remasters, remakes, reboots, etc.

Additionally, SEGA is expected to release 13 new games in the next fiscal year (March 2022 – March 2023). For now, we only know of four of these titles – Sonic Origins, Sonic Frontier, Soul Hackers 2 and Two Point Campus, five if you count the recently released Nintendo Switch version of 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, there are so still a lot of games yet to be announced. While some of these titles are indeed remakes, chances are the remastered Persona 3 Portable will be one of them, given that the series is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary.

SEGA’s latest full financial report is available on the official SEGA Sammy website.

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