SEGA will use UE5 game engine to create 3A new works. In the future, it will also invest in new technology development trends such as Metaverse and NFT #Azure (175667)

Just as game companies such as Square Enix focus on the development trends of new technologies such as the Metaverse and NFT, SEGA will also invest in the development of such trends, but will be more cautious in future development strategies.

At the end of last year, it announced that it will cooperate with Microsoft, and will use Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform as the future game development environment to build large-scale game works for the global market. The Unreal Engine 5 game engine will create new works, and will also use the same framework to create 3A-level works based on multi-platform and multi-language versions.

Uchihai Shuji expects to attract more players’ support through game content beyond the conventional design, and to meet the needs of global gaming experience through cooperation with Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.

In addition, as explained earlier, SEGA will also further deploy cloud games. Through streaming, players from all over the world can easily play various game works, and at the same time, more game works can be promoted to the global market. At the same time, through the introduction of the Azure cloud platform service, SEGA is more expected to be able to move the development environment to the cloud, making it easier for development teams located around the world to integrate development content, and to create more diverse online games through Microsoft cloud services, or through Game works operated by cloud services.

Just as game companies such as Square Enix focus on the development of new technologies such as the metaverse and NFT, SEGA will also invest in the development of such trends, but will be more cautious in future development strategies.

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