SEGA and Microsoft (Xbox) have teamed up to develop next-generation games on Azure

Both firms have formed a strategic partnership to investigate the prospects of AAA games based on the cloud platform of the North American company.

SEGA and Microsoft (Xbox) have teamed up to develop next-generation games on Azure

SEGA and Microsoft (Xbox) have announced a strategic partnership that would enable the Japanese company to develop next-generation video games on a big scale using Azure, Microsoft's cloud platform. Both firms want to investigate the possibilities of cloud gaming with high-budget titles and from a global viewpoint, focusing on three key words: global, online, and IP utilization.


The program intends not only to improve video game development, but also to increase collaborative efforts that help this technology advance in areas like "network infrastructure and communication tools essential for global online services," according to a statement released on Monday, November 1. SEGA will be able to adapt to new work methods and future changes as a result of all of this, which they think will become more frequent in the future of video game creation.

SEGA and Microsoft (Xbox) have teamed up to develop next-generation games on Azure


SEGA and Microsoft are planning ahead: cloud-based development optimization.

"With the broad deployment of 5G and cloud services in recent years, users may more readily enjoy high-quality entertainment content at any time," they say. "In this highly linked environment, the video game industry's ecosystem continues to adapt and expand as more advanced tools and technologies become accessible," according to Microsoft's cloud servers, which will serve as the backbone of this new work structure.


This plan highlights "SEGA's gaze to the future," and working with Microsoft will enable them to "predict future trends as they accelerate." The goal is to "optimize development processes and continue to provide high-quality experiences to gamers leveraging Azure cloud technologies," according to the press release.


According to Sarah Bond, Microsoft's corporate vice president of Xbox, Yukio Sugino, SEGA's president and COO, and Microsoft's corporate vice president of Xbox, have agreed to "reimagine how video games are developed." Sugino, for one, reiterates his ambition to "continue advancing in the production of our games so that fans throughout the world can enjoy them" leveraging SEGA's game development capabilities and cutting-edge technology, as well as Microsoft's development environment, in the statement.


The first championships produced as a result of this long-term plan have not been successful.

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