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Sonic Frontiers director thanks fans for Player’s Voice vote, says they will do even better with next game

Sonic looking mean in Sonic Frontiers

Sonic Frontiers may have lost out on the Player’s Voice award at this week’s The Game Awards 2022, but the game’s director, Morio Kishimoto, has said on Twitter that he is immensely thankful to the fans that it was nominated. He says that nominated for the award has inspired the team to push themselves harder and do even better with the next Sonic the Hedgehog game from the Sonic Team. He also took time to thank the other staff who worked on Sonic Frontiers.

“We made the TGA Players’ Voice Top 5! Thanks to all of you for your support! It’s a great start for the third generation. I’m so happy! I am convinced that this result will be a great impetus for the next one. I promise you an even greater emotional and surprising experience. Finally, I would like to thank all the staff involved in this project.”

Tweet translated by Deep L

Thanks to sonicgalaxy27 for sending in the news tip!

5 thoughts on “Sonic Frontiers director thanks fans for Player’s Voice vote, says they will do even better with next game”

  1. That promise doesn’t mean much to me. Time and again they’ve proven they’re more interested in meeting the deadline rather than having a quality product. But hey, actions speak louder than words. If they can take the time to make a polished game from here on out I’ll start buying Sonic games again. I’m a fan of the games when an effort is put in, but I refuse to buy a lackluster game like Sonic Frontiers. All the glitches and pop in tells me the company just didn’t give the team the time to finish the project, again…

      1. I have been having a blast with Sonic Frontiers, congratulations on the nomination. I love being able to use combat with sonic it’s amazing im so excited for the DLC!

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