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SEGA confirms Sonic Frontiers launches 8th November

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SEGA has confirmed that their 3D platformer Sonic Frontiers will be arriving on 8th November. The news was announced during tonight’s Gamescom Opening Night Live presentation which is hosted by Geoff Keighley. The company also released a snazzy new trailer for the game which accompanied the release date announcement. As others on social media have pointed out, SEGA is releasing the game a day before the long-awaited follow up to God of War (2018), God of War: Ragnarok, which is set to launch on 9th November. It will be interesting to see how much this affects sales, though Sonic Frontiers will obviously be a multiplatform release as it is also coming Switch, Xbox consoles, and PC.

7 thoughts on “SEGA confirms Sonic Frontiers launches 8th November”

  1. After seeing this trailer I honestly have made my mind I’m gonna wait for this to go on sale the game looks beautiful and cutscenes look great but the major turn off is the open world aspect (it still looks empty to me I already have a feeling that a good amount of frontiers gameplay will be grinding from the skill tree) I rather really just play the cyberspace levels and head to the desire destination just to initiate the cutscenes.

    1. At least now Sonic Team is still learning from there mistakes from Sonic Forces and Lost world. If this game fails to reach its breaking point for its sales, and reception, then the fanbase will sink in to the bottom of the river if it doesn’t reach its milestone like generations did so far.

  2. I’m really looking forward for this game but will it be worth spending your money on even so Sonic Team is basically trying something to improve the Sonic brand? will it be worth it?

  3. Yeeeeeeaaaaaaahhhh, I think I’m gonna wait on this one. I’m not completely disliking what I’m seeing, but I’m not impressed either. Knowing SEGA, the game, regardless of how well initial sales are, will give this a sale price cut to nearly 50% like six months later.

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