Konami has been producing top-notch video games for the past 30 years, including entries in the Castlevania franchise, as well as Pro Evolution Soccer and Metal Gear Solid. However, following the release of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain this September, it’s looking to focus on making mobile games rather than console games.

Pocket Gamer has reported that Konami intends to shift into producing more mobile games – which means producing far less on the console gaming front. Konami president Hideki Hayakawa recently spoke with Nikkei about the company’s future plans.

“Following the pay-as-you-play model like Power Pro and Winning Eleven with additional content, our games must move from selling things like ‘items’ to selling things like ‘features’,” he explained. “We saw with these games that even people who buy physical games are motivated to buy extra content. The success of Power Pro especially has motivated us to actively push more of our popular series onto mobile than ever before.”

Previous earnings report have pushed the company to focus on the mobile market, even though sales of console-related titles haven’t exactly been bad. That said, Hayakawa explained that “our overseas games such as Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Winning Eleven continue to do well, but we are always thinking about how to push our franchises onto mobile there, too.”

Konami is the latest company making the foray into the mobile world, alongside these other companies:

Square Enix: The longtime publisher of the Final Fantasy franchise continues to actively work on consoles with releases like Just Cause 3 and Rise of the Tomb Raider coming this year, but it’s also been releasing a number of its older titles on mobile with great success, despite prices that run into the $9.99-$19.99 range. It’s also been making waves with mobile innovation, as it did last year with Dive In.

Nintendo: Although we won’t be seeing Nintendo’s first mobile effort until later this year as part of its recently announced partnership with DeNA, the company has been promising a strong strategy for tablets and smartphones alike, as president Satoru Iwata explained earlier this week. And with familiar faces like Mario and Yoshi sure to be involved to some extent, they should be big hits.

Electronic Arts: For years, EA has taken a strong initiative with mobile games, releasing a number of its popular franchises for devices, including Madden, FIFA, Tiger Woods PGA Tour and Battlefield, amongst others. That trend is likely to continue with the upcoming fall season, as new football and soccer games are already in the works, along with a possible new racing game from Firemonkeys, the developers of the highly popular Real Racing series.

Ubisoft: While it still has a strong console presence, Ubisoft’s mobile division has picked up quite a bit over the last year, with such free-to-play releases as Trials Frontier and Driver: Speedboat Paradise gaining big audiences. The Rayman games have also been quite accessible for players of all ages, with their beautiful presentation and easy-to-grasp running mechanics. As far as what the future holds, the company hasn’t revealed its slate yet, but it’s likely to launch an app alongside its next big hit, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, when it arrives on October 23rd.

Meanwhile, Konami’s proposed “final” console game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, is still set to debut on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on September 1st.