Leaked Promo Material Suggests Sonic Frontiers Will Launch On November 15

Leaked Promo Material Suggests Sonic Frontiers Will Launch On November 15

Promotional material for Sonic Frontiers has surfaced online, suggesting a November 15 launch date.

A Reddit user has come across a vendor on a Taiwanese online marketplace who appears to have obtained Sonic Frontiers advertising imagery prior to its official distribution.

Said promotional material is shown right below and claims the game's DLC is already in the works. Furthermore, fresh artwork depicts franchise regulars such as Tails, Knuckles, and Amy. It appears they – along with the additional critters shown in the ad – will be joining the main character in the upcoming game.

There's nothing else on the DLC other than that it is under production.

This follows news of Sega confirming it has no plans to delay the holiday launch amid not-so-glowing reviews and suggestions noting it should be kept in development a bit longer in order for some things to be smoothed out.

"We do not consider postponing the launch at this point. Within the communication with users, we intend to reflect the parts that can be reflected within the development timeline and to build empathy with users," Sega senior executive vice president Koichi Fukazawa said during a Q1 call earlier this year. "Sonic IP is a mainstay title we will sell over the long term in the future, and we will continue to strengthen it in the next fiscal year onwards as well.”

Earlier this month, Gamescom Opening Night Live host Geoff Keighley teased that the live show on August 23 would feature "a world premiere new look and news about Sonic Frontiers."

This isn't the first time this Sonic title has been slated for a November debut. PlayStation Game Size discovered a November 15, 2022 launch date in the PlayStation Network's internal database back in December 2021.

Sonic Frontiers will be available on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC (hopefully on November 15, 2022).

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