Microsoft and Sega Will Join Forces On Future Games
Microsoft and Sega have made the decision to form a ‘strategic alliance’ and work together on some future projects. The partnership will see SEGA communicating with Microsoft. They will use Microsoft’s cloud-based Microsoft Azure service in the development of future titles.
SEGA’s COO has stated that they hope future games will benefits from “SEGA’s powerful game development capabilities and Microsoft’s cutting-edge technology”.
Meanwhile, corporate vice president at Microsoft, Sarah Bond, had this to say:
“SEGA has played such an iconic role in the gaming industry and has been a tremendous partner over the years,”
“We look forward to working together as they explore new ways to create unique gaming experiences for the future using Microsoft cloud technologies.”
This ‘strategic alliance’ will aid SEGA in their development of their “Super Game” project. This is still currently years away from launching. SEGA’s “Super Game” is focusing on key pillars such as “Global”, “Online”, “Community” & “IP Utilization”. SEGA also plans to see if this partnership can assist in building long term network infrastructure and communication system.