SEGA has said that it is considering bringing its PC strategy titles onto PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, if the next-generation consoles end up selling well.
Jurgen Post, head of SEGA West (which covers Europe and the US), told MCV
in its latest hardcopy issue that "if next gen consoles become as successful as people say we can look to move some of our big properties on PC over to those machines."
At present, SEGA owns a few strategy IPs that have traditionally found an exclusive home on PC - Total War
, Company of Heroes
and Football Manager
, along with a recently-acquired Warhammer
If we were betting men, Total War
would perhaps have the best chance of seeing a console conversion, given that Creative Assembly has flirted with iOS devices for its Total War Battles
spinoff. Having said that, Football Manager
also saw a brief experimental release on Xbox 360 some years ago.