The other day, Sonic Frontiers was released – the game is called by many a real breakthrough for the series, while there are fans of the franchise who claim that the brand new Sonic is a complete failure. Approximately the same opinion was previously expressed by critics who rated Sonic Frontiers either at a low level or at a high level, while there were really few “middle peasants”.
SEGA has huge plans for the development of Sonic Frontiers, which once again confirmed the head of development of Sonic Frontiers Morio Kishimoto. On his social media, he thanked the players for hosting Sonic Frontiers. Kishimoto noted that the game still has “a long way to go after release”, which clearly indicates big plans for the development of the project. In the same post, the head of development at Sonic Frontiers described the game’s launch as a “global gaming test”.
It is already known that in 2023 the game will receive several free DLCs, including new content. And this week, the game launched a crossover with Monster Hunter, which added new materials and features based on the role-playing series.
It is worth noting that last week Sonic Frontiers debuted on Steam in third position, right after the new part of Call of Duty and Steam Deck. Publisher SEGA has already released a laudatory trailer for the project, while now the game has a score on the aggregator Opencritic of only 73 points out of 100.