Sonic Frontiers has already sold over 2.5 million units worldwide

SEGA today Advertise via Twitter Sonic Frontiers has sold more than 2.5 million units worldwide since its launch just over a month ago. It’s certainly a solid debut for the franchise’s first installment inspired by the open world game design.

In a Wccftech review, Francesco rated the game 8 out of 10 after enjoying the experience greatly.

So, is Sonic Frontiers the game that breaks the constant disappointment fans have to go through? It definitely is, in my opinion. While the experience is far from perfect, the direction of the game is a solid foundation upon which Sonic Team can build the future of the series. I sincerely hope that this time the developer will not ignore this new direction and actually use it as the basis for the future of the Sonic the Hedgehog series.

Sonic Frontiers may not be the best Sonic the Hedgehog game ever, but it certainly ranks at the top of the franchise. The new open world formula works surprisingly well even with its issues, the cyberspace stages and battles are well designed, engaging and most of all, fun. With a few tweaks, the Sonic Frontiers formula could be the foundation for the franchise moving forward, potentially returning it to its glory days.

In fact, a couple of weeks ago, Sonic Team head Takashi Iizuka said that Sonic Frontiers would be the cornerstone of future entries in the platform game series.

In other Sonic news, fans are eagerly awaiting the release of Sonic Prime, a CG-animated TV series set to air in a couple of days on Netflix.

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