One game here at Nintendo Life we're eager to learn more about is Sega's upcoming release, Sonic Frontiers.
Right now, we know it's coming out in 'Holiday 2022' and will be an "open-zone" experience. The story is also reportedly penned by Ian Flynn - head writer of IDW's current Sonic the Hedgehog comic.
Now, in the new season of the Sonic Official livestream, Sega of America's social media manager Katie Chrzanowski has been asked when more will be revealed - teasing news about the next mainline Sonic project would be arriving "soon", or at least at some point this year:
"See a lot of people asking about [Sonic] Frontiers, we don't have news on Frontiers today but don't worry soon. It's still set to come out this holiday, so we will have news for you this year, don't worry."
As also mentioned, it's still also on track for a holiday 2022 release, so there's no need to worry about any delays or anything like that. The game was also apparently meant to be a 2021 release, but Sega wanted to improve the quality of the product.
In the same livestream, it was also reiterated how there are no current plans for a physical version of Sonic Origins, but Sega has been made aware of the demand for one.
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