Sega plans to develop and launch what is known as a “SuperGame” within the next five years, according to a recent financial presentation.
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As reported in VGC, a presentation of results for the fiscal year ended March 2021 gave an indication of the Japanese company’s future plans.
Prepared by his holding company Sega Sammy, the jumping slide is labeled under its “5 Year Priority Strategy” titled “Super Game Creation”.
According to the chart, Sega predicts that the profitability of the game will start low because it is a new IP , but also that it will have high growth potential, as it can expand globally.
The presentation also shows that Sega plans to make its existing intellectual property global brands, citing Sonic The Hedgehog, Phantasy Star Online 2, Persona 5, Yakuza and Total War as its main brands.
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While this unknown ‘Super Game’ is the main strategy, another tab indicates that during this time Sega will also be working on expanding its library of older IP addresses.