Sonic Frontiers coming to Switch and more platforms on November 8, and ahead of its release, Sega announced that the game went gold. This was revealed in an announcement by game director Morio Kishimoto, who mentioned how development on the main game has been officially completed.
Here’s the scoop (via Tails’ channel Twitter account):
As you may recall, Sonic Frontiers was originally slated to line up for the blue blur 30th anniversary in 2021, but Sonic Team decided to postpone it to “enhance the quality” of the final product. This was revealed in an investor Q&A earlier this year:
Veteran composer Sega Tomoya Ohtani also gave end on the game’s soundtrack. All in all, expect about 6 hours and 30 minutes of listening to music.
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