SEGA may be showing something new next month, as the publisher has been announced as a participating partner for the upcoming Summer Game Fest showcase on June 8th.
The live event, which has grown in recent years and has seemingly replaced the cancelled E3 2023 convention originally planned for this year, will feature over 40 game companies "that plan to update fans" on current and new projects.
Last year, SEGA was in full attendance of Summer Game Fest where it used the event to reveal more about Sonic Frontiers. The company also offered demos of the game to press at SGF's associated 'Play Days' hands-on event.
It's not clear what kind of "updates" SEGA will bring this year - the showcase will run close to the release of Sonic Origins Plus, so there may be some last-minute reveals relating to that (although it is unlikely as we probably know everything there is to know about that DLC pack now). Sonic Frontiers is also due some additional expansion content, so we could get an update on that (Sonic's Birthday DLC will be coming soon).
Of course, there's every chance that SEGA may just be revealing non-Sonic projects and updates too - or, if we were to cross our fingers really tightly, maybe a new Sonic project announcement of some kind?
Whatever is announced, we will be there to update you as always. Summer Game Fest showcase takes place on June 8th at 12noon Pacific Time (that's 8pm in the UK).
What are you hoping for?
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