Sega will release 13 new games next fiscal year

When SEGA announced its annual financial report last year, it talked about some future development plans, saying that in the next three years, it will be committed to globalizing its IP, expanding its influence on a global scale, and striving to expand the platform and transform existing trading models. It was reported some time ago that Sega is carrying out this plan, and the first two works will be new works of the classic IP of the Dreamcast era, namely Crazy Taxi and Jet Set Radio.

Recently, Sega announced its financial report for the fiscal year 2021 (April 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022), saying that it will release 13 new games in the fiscal year 2022 (April 1, 2022, to March 31, 2023). Sega said that the core of the new version’s mid-term plan is to revolve around and explore existing IPs, such as Sonic, Phantasy Star, Dragon, Goddess, and Total War. In addition, over the next five years, there will be more active use of past IP for development in the form of remakes, forks, and derivatives.

Of the 13 new games Sega talked about, only four have been announced so far, including Sonic Origins, Sonic Frontier, Soul Hackers 2, and Two Point Campus. If you count the recent release of 13 Sentinel: Aegis Rim on Nintendo Switch, then there are five.