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  1. SONIC 2022 MEGATHREAD It has been four years since the last mainline Sonic the Hedgehog game, so it's fair to say that everyone is absolutely chomping at the bit to learn more about what's next for the franchise. Sonic Team and SEGA have kept uncharacteristically tight-lipped about what they have planned for the next mainline title, due for release in 2022, as they have hinted at a complete shake-up of the traditional 3D Sonic platforming formula. While we currently don't know anything really, about what's to come, one thing is certain - we're going to spend an awful lot of time talking about it until we do. ---------- About This Topic: This Megathread is the home for all general discussion surrounding the upcoming Sonic 2022 game (potentially called 'Sonic Frontiers'). Substantial NEWSWORTHY information about this game should be broken out into a brand new topic within this forum. "New news, new topic". This covers things like new trailers with fresh information, new screenshot drops showcasing previously-unseen elements, newsworthy comments from game producers/developers about the game, etc. Newsworthy information can also be discussed in this Megathread, in the context of supporting further general discussion. If you wish to comment directly about any given news on the game, please post a reply in the news topic itself. When creating a new topic based on news, please include the original sources of the information, along with sufficient contextual information written by yourself supporting the news (i.e. don't just post a link in a topic with no further information and call it a day). Rumour and speculation can be discussed here, but please do not treat any such information - including anything from people who claim to be insiders - as fact until there is substantial evidence supporting the information from multiple trusted sources. Please be civil at ALL TIMES, especially when discussing rumours/speculation. Treat others as you would like to be treated. ---------- What We Know: Not an awful lot at this time, annoyingly. SEGA revealed the existence of the 2022 Sonic game by way of teaser trailer during its Sonic Central livestream in May 2021. No further trailers, gameplay or other details have been officially released since. The game will be published on all modern game consoles as well as PC, at an as-yet unspecified release date in 2022. https://www.sonicstadium.org/2021/05/mysterious-new-sonic-title-teased-for-2022/ Besides Sonic running along a glade emitting some rather strange energy, we were treated to a strange symbol which has been the centre of much discussion over the last few months: Besides this, a lot of the information we have to go on come from various rumours and hints from the game's producers. Shortly after the initial teaser trailer, there were whispers that the game would be titled 'Sonic Rangers' and include open world gameplay. SEGA also accidentally called the game 'Sonic Rangers' in a press release, which was retracted. Whoops. Since then, a trademark filing has uncovered the name 'Sonic Frontiers', suggesting that this could be the final name of the game. For what it's worth we interviewed Takashi Iizuka back in June and, while he didn't reveal any real details, he said that Sonic Team is hoping to "lay the foundation for future Sonic titles" using the format established in this new game. What's Next: I for one am not entirely sure. There are plenty of unverified accounts online who claim to have played early versions of the game, and they have shared information on what the gameplay loop for this new game could be. Of course, it's all speculation so should be treated with a huge pinch of salt - but it's fun to think about what a next-generation Sonic the Hedgehog title could look like, whether it's open world or not. Quick Information: Title: Sonic 2022 (possibly 'Sonic Frontiers') Release Date: 2022 (TBC) Platforms: PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC
  2. Localization options for Sonic Frontiers were announced. Congratulations to Portuguese and Russian fans! As Russian speaker, I'm pretty sure that this is the first official translation of the game in Russian language.
  3. So lately, after the announcement of Sonic Frontiers, there's been some fans who's been saying "Sonic Frontiers is the Sonic Franchise's last chance to do well" or just the last chance for the franchise overall and I was wondering about how do you guys feel about these statements? For me personally, I do get a bit annoyed when these statements are constantly made. I mean sure, I know that the franchise has been a bit of a hit or miss when it comes to the games and Sonic Forces wasn't the best Sonic game we had, but it's like some of these people are saying that if Sonic Frontiers or any other Sonic game after that fails, then that's the end of the franchise and I just don't believe that. Against all odds, this franchise has managed to stay afloat despite having some terrible games and I feel like that even if Sonic Frontiers does do badly (and I really hope that doesn't happen), the franchise will still keep going regardless (unless the next few games are not doing well in the sales). However, if the statement is worded like "this is Sonic Team's last chance to make a good Sonic game," then I can understand it from that angle since it's Sonic Team who are the ones who are making the games and if they bomb on this next game, then SEGA will just replace the crew working on the games.
  4. Who at SEGA do we think would be best suited to handling an open world Sonic? Here are some potential candidates: Morio Kishimoto Production history (sourced from SegaRetro): gonna be honest with you, I'm not really a fan of Kishimoto's stuff but clearly someone at SEGA is in love with him because he keeps coming back Hiroshi Miyamoto Production history: I have no idea what Miyamoto is doing nowadays or if he even works at SEGA anymore but I like Generations and he would be my top choice. Yoshihisa Hashimoto Production history: This one's a bit of a shot in the dark because Hashimoto moved over to Square Enix and now he no longer works in the game industry. But hey if he ever wanted to make a big comeback maybe Sonic would be the best place to do it. Unleashed has been getting a lot of love lately in the fandom so I think many would welcome his return. Sachiko Kawamura Production History: You might be thinking this is a weird one to include since she's never actually directed a game before, but Kawamura was a key part of the chao garden in SA2 and goddamn if this is what it takes to get a new chao garden then make her direct a game! Takashi Iizuka we all know this guy. Senior game designer for Sonic 3&K and director of the Adventure games. Now a series producer, he hasn't actually worked in the gamedev side of things for a long time. Love him or hate him I think it would be really interesting to see him direct a game again. Maybe we could get a return to the Adventure gameplay formula out of it. Well that's all I got. Who would you want to direct a Sonic game? Any of these? Maybe NONE of these?? Maybe someone who's never worked on Sonic before? Please share your thoughts.
  5. Well well, looks like we're ever closer to the official reveal of the new Sonic game Sega teased earlier this year if this trademark is anything to go by. Indeed, Sega has trademarked Sonic Frontiers both in English and Japanese back on October 22nd (you're getting slow, fandom!), and this has happened a few times before. In the past, Sonic Unleashed, Sonic Colors and Sonic Lost World for example had their trademarks registered and "leaked" not long before each were announced back in the day. Via Gematsu / SSMB
  6. Do you guys remember about how we all laughed at "Sonic Frontiers" leaks? Well, SEGA officially registered trademark for "Sonic Frontiers" in Japan
  7. An untitled Sonic Game was teased at the end of today's Sonic Central I'll post a better trailer once the Official YouTube updates.
  8. Sega mentions Sonic Rangers in its own press release • Eurogamer.net Found while looking up new stuff. Could be just a placeholder, but at least it's something? If the name is real, then maybe the Avatar will return in some form? Here's hoping we get more information soon.
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