Sonic Frontiers was supposed to launch last year, lining up with the franchise’s 30th anniversary. However, according to Sega’s December investor Q&A (via Sonic Stadium), the game’s release was postponed in order to increase its overall quality.
When asked by investors about whether Sonic Frontiers was an open-world game, Sega asked them to wait for future announcements about details, but Sega mentioned that this game would not compromise on quality and that it has taken on new challenges.
“Not only for this title, but during the development phase, we have been steadily conducting analysis to improve the quality of the title before release, such as introducing game testing based on external evaluations, ” said Sega. “And I have a feeling that it will become a good game and have high expectations for it.”
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