Sega unveils ‘Road to 2020 plan,’ which includes concurrent worldwide releases and reinvigorating ‘idle IP’

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Sega seems to be doing very well for itself. With the Sammy arm taking care of pachinko and Sega (along with Atlus) dominating in many respects, the publisher is going to be around for a long while. In fact, they just shared their schematics for their “Road to 2020” plan in the same breath as their recent sales report.

In addition to their commitment to bringing back “idle IP” (New Sakura Wars is being used as an example), Sega also wants to make a move toward concurrent worldwide releases alongside of some of the other big-time publishers. Sega actually breaks down how they’re going to do this in fascinating fashion, but I’ll paraphrase it here if you can’t get to the document at the moment.


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