More remasters and remakes are on the way from Sega

Sega has just released its financial results for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2022, and on top of reporting some great revenue for the past year, the publisher also notes that it’ll have a focus on releasing more remakes and remasters going forward.

From now until 2026, Sega is keen on investing 100 billion yen (some $775 million) to enhance its standing in the global games market – a market whose growth the company namechecks specifically as expanding at the moment. The publisher outlines the ‘Entertainment Contents Business’ – read: games – as “the most important growth area for the future.”

Notably, the company expects to ship some 13 games over the next financial year (that’s March 2022 through to March 2023). The Japanese firm specifically notes it wants to see a “significant increase in new titles.”

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