SEGA is considering porting its "big strategy properties" to next-gen consoles if the systems are a success.

Talking to MCV at E3 last week, SEGA West boss Jurgen Post explained 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".

SEGA owns three major strategy IPs, including Football Manager, Company of Heroes and the Total War franchise.

All three series are typically only released on PC, bar a brief stint of experimenting with Football Manager on Xbox 360 in the mid-00s.

SEGA's next big strategy game, Company of Heroes 2, is due for release on PC next Tuesday, June 25. Check back at 2pm this afternoon to find out what we think of it.

Source: MCV | Friday June 21

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