‘Sonic Frontiers’ Trailer Looks Like An Open World Game

Sonic had a great evening at The Game Awards on Thursday night. After announced the trailer for his new movie, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, it wasn’t long until another trailer was announced starring the blue blur. This time it’s for his upcoming game which also comes out in 2022.

The trailer opens the way we’re used to when it comes to Sonic. He was running incredibly fast from a swarm of enemies, but where things got weird was what happened after Sonic attempted to evade his pursuers. He turned around and had a confused expression almost as if he were in a place he didn’t recognize. The trailer then cuts to what looks a lot like an open world environment and it certainly seems like a safe bet to say Sonic Frontiers, his next game, will be an open world game.

This is really a big surprise. Sonic has always been a franchise about getting from Point A to Point B in an incredibly quick amount of time. There have been slight changes to that formula here and there, but that’s always what we can expect from Sonic. So finding out he’s going to explore an open world instead is a surprise that we’re not quite sure how to make sense of yet.

On the other hand, Sonic in that kind of environment can be really fun if handled properly. His trademark speed may be displayed as he moves, but that doesn’t mean there can’t be a traditional linear part here and there. On the other hand, Sonic has a pretty rough history when it comes to trying new play styles. Either way, we’re excited to see what this means next for our favorite hedgehog.

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