Sega has a 3D hub for all Sega Mega Drive Classicsgames on Steam. The update will be available on PC from April 28.
The hub looks like a bedroom of a 90s Sega fan, filled with Sega merchandise and a CRT television. The chamber also includes a day / night cycle. The hub is accessible for free to anyone who owns Sega Mega Drive Classics.
The hub also supports local multiplayer, various graphics filters and the ability to save the games at any time. Sega also announced that every Mega Drive game will receive Steam Workshop support. This allows you to share modified versions of the games.
Sega recently asked for feedback to improve its games. The developer says that the interior of the hub is based on the feedback from this survey.
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