Sega Could Be Planning To Resurrect Huge IPs

Sega Could Be Planning To Resurrect Huge IPs

Sega Could Be Planning To Resurrect Huge IPs

A total of 10.28 million game units released by Sega were sold during the fiscal year, with the release of Persona 5 and Total War: Warhammer helping the company's good fortunes.

In the release of their business roadmap to 2020, Sega Sammy Group detailed exactly what they want the SEGA brand to achieve and where that will come from. As noted above the plans on doing said action by reviving major/old titles to captivate gamers around the world, whilst bringing new IPs to the scene, will supposedly build on momentum and revenue in the future.

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The entire report is somewhat lengthy, but there are some great details in there about what Sega plans to do, including how they want to increase sales and become the competitor they once were. Based on the images within the "Road to 2020" document, it appears that SEGA's plans of expanding existing IPs will initially be focused on franchises like Yakuza, Total War, Football Manager, and Persona.

Back in the day, SEGA used to be a pretty big household name as far as gaming was concerned. It's worth mentioning Sega's notable IPs, such as The House of The Dead, Daytona USA, Jet Set Radio, After Burner, Crazy Taxi, and Cyber Troopers Virtual-On haven't seen any major releases since 2010.

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Part of their strategy through to 202 was the "revival of past IPs", which could include any number of SEGA's proprietary franchises. It'll be interesting, going forward, to see what Sega looks to revive.

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