Sega partners with Microsoft on its 'Super Game' project | Engadget

Sega is partnering with Microsoft to use the companys Azure cloud platform to produce large-scale, global games as part of its recently announced Super Game project. Plenty of companies, including ones like Sony, depend on Microsoft for their cloud infrastructure, in part because they want to avoid building an online backend from scratch. Together we will reimagine how games get built, hosted, and operated, with a goal of adding more value to players and Sega alike.Please enter a valid email address At the time, the company said it would become available sometime during its fiscal 2026 year. At this point, we wouldnt read too much into the fact that Sega and Microsoft are partnering on the project. The publisher first teased the initiative this past May during an investor event.
Sega is partnering with Microsoft to use the companys Azure cloud platform to produce large-scale, global games as part of its recently announced Super Game project. The publisher first teased the … [+1217 chars]