Sonic Frontiers takes off with a trailer featuring colossal enemies and Super Sonic

The first open-world Sonic game makes an appearance at Tokyo Game Show 2022 with a new trailer featuring large-scale combat and Super Sonic in action.

Sonic Frontiers continues to burn ships and take every opportunity it can to show that this time, this time it is serious about its desire to succeed in the three dimensions. SEGA has released a new trailer with its hedgehog prior to the Tokyo Game Show 2022 and in this one, it goes all out. Super Sonic, the Chaos Emeralds and even enemies closer to Shadow of the Colossus than a Sonic game.

Sonic Frontiers will be released on November 8, 2022 on all platforms (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch) to introduce the hero for the first time in the sandbox genre and with the firm intention of "offering a completely different style." After its comings and goings with 3D, the character wants to make amends, evolve and offer the same quality levels of the past, but in line with current standards. Indeed, Sega has already let it be known that they will not accept another mediocrity and that they are very interested in receiving the highest possible marks. Looking at the trailer, do you think it will make it?

The Sonic series for Netflix

In addition to this new installment, Sega's character is preparing a series for Netflix called Sonic Prime, which will be in 3D and will be produced by Wild Brain Studio and Man of Action Entertainment. Both producers have promised to stay "faithful to the principles of the brand" and anticipate that we will see "the hedgehog's favorite settings and characters". It already has some first images of Sonic's design and to tell the truth, it doesn't look bad.

Sonic Prime will consist of 24 episodes and although it has no premiere date, it is expected to arrive in 2022. This is what its first and brief synopsis says: "high-octane adventure where the fate of a strange new multiverse rests in his gloved hands. Sonic’s adventure is about more than a race to save the universe, it’s a journey of self-discovery and redemption."