Takashi Iizuka: SEGA has “lots of other things” planned for Sonic The Hedgehog in 2023
It’s been an action-packed year for Sonic Hedgehog, but it doesn’t look like he’s slowing down any time soon. inside same Famitsu . interview where Japanese developers look to 2023, Sonic Team’s Takashi Iizuka took a moment to reveal what’s to come.
According to Iizuka, the plan is to maintain the momentum of the past year. As a result, Sega has prepared a “second wave” of Sonic content and there is “much more” beyond what has already been announced. sound border route. Here is the full translation (thanks, Gematsu):
Takashi Iizuka: “Last year was the most successful year in sound history, including the release of movie sequels, new titles sound origin and sound borderand Netflix animation prime minister. We’re preparing a second wave to keep our fans happy and keep that momentum going through 2023. We’ve announced additional content for sound borderbut there’s a lot more out there, so look forward to it.”
Throughout the next year, the latest Sonic Frontiers game will receive free DLC updates. There are three reductions in the total plan. Players can look forward to Juke Box, Photo Mode, new challenge mode, Sonic’s Birthday celebration, new Koco challenge open area, new playable characters, and new story content.