Sega plans to support for a long time Sonic Frontiers with a series of Free DLCs which will publish in the course of next monthsaccording to an official press release issued by the Japanese company.
The first is already available yesterday and it’s the Monster Hunter Collaboration Pack, a free DLC that includes two costumes of Rathalos, one of the most iconic monsters in the series, and a minigame that gives power-ups for Sonic.
Sega promises that in the coming months, starting from next yearmore additional content is coming completely free for all Sonic Frontiers buyers.
“SEGA is also pleased to announce that it will support Sonic Frontiers with several free updates, starting with the Monster Hunter Collaboration Pack and continuing next year,” reads the press release from Sega.
Sonic Frontiers, an image from the Monster Hunter crossover DLC
For the moment, no further details have been revealed on what we can expect from the next free Sonic Frontiers DLC. It would certainly be interesting to see more crossover content with other games, but also the introduction of new features, such as the New Game+ or new difficulty options for those looking for a challenge, may be appreciated by the community.
Meanwhile director Mio Kishimoto has promised that the Sonic Frontiers developers are taking player feedback seriously as if it were a sort of “global playtest” and that therefore in the future we can expect corrective patches that improve some of the less successful sides of the technical sector.