To build games with Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform Xbox and Sega may Team up
Xbox and Sega will investigate a “strategic union” to create games based on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform, the companies said in a release Monday. These anonymous games will be essential for Sega’s “Super Game” drive, which is designed to make on the web, local area driven titles based on existing franchises.
Sega is best known for the Sonic the Hedgehog series, but at the same time is behind the later Yakuza franchise and numerous others.
Noticing how 5G makes it easier for individuals to access on-demand content, Sega said that the proposed collusion looks to the future as the Japanese game producer explores cloud-based formative processes.
“Sega has assumed such a famous part in the gaming industry and has been a tremendous accomplice throughout the long term,” Microsoft’s Sarah Bond said in the release. “Together we will reconsider how games get constructed, hosted, and worked, with an objective of increasing the value of players and Sega the same.”