SEGA revealed to its investors that it wants to launch more games for PC and wants to end the exclusive ones by platforms, reinforcing the bet on multi-platforms.

According to shared by the publisher, the fiscal year ended on March 31, 2019 was highly positive for its PC releases – praising the provision of games like Yakuza 0 and Yakuza Kiwami.

SEGA believes that launching more games for PC will improve its revenues and this will cause it to launch more games for PC in digital stores like Steam.

In this way, your games will reach a larger audience, gain greater exposure and sales.

To achieve this goal, SEGA will continue to reduce the exclusive PlayStation 4 and adopt a multi-platform stance.

SEGA plans to launch its new games on all platforms, from consoles to PC, mobile and even new generation consoles such as PlayStation 5.

Persona 5 Scramblers: The Phantom Strikers was announced for PS4 and Switch, being an example of this new posture from SEGA, which seems to suggest the possible launch of Judgment for PC – announced only for PS4, for now.