In addition to the recent financial report released by SEGA, the company has also revealed its plans to release 47 digital games by March of next year. SEGA has stated that it plans to shift management resources from the amusement parks and packaged games to digital software for PC, mobile, and console platforms, calling it a “center of growth”.
With franchises such as Phantasy Star Online, Monster Gear, and Chain Chronicle doing considerably well, it is logical to focus their resources on that area. What do you think of SEGA’s plans to release an impressive 47 games by the end of the next fiscal year? Let us know in the comments below!
(via SEGA Financial Report )