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Sonic Frontiers - Box Art + Upgrade Paths + Pre-Order Bonuses revealed (Nov 8th release)


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Revealed shortly after the new trailer, Sonic Frontiers' boxart has dropped, revealing the key art of Sonic grinding via rails will be the box art. Furthermore, preordering gives some in-game items - nothing exclusive, but a beginner pack of sorts, similar to Spider-Man PS4 and such, with a few skill packs, a power upgrade and a defence upgrade.

On top of that, Frontiers will have a free upgrade path, meaning getting the PS4/Xbox One versions will entitle you to a PS5/Series X upgrade, which is nice. 

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2 minutes ago, Ryannumber1gamer said:

On top of that, Frontiers will have a free upgrade path, meaning getting the PS4/Xbox One versions will entitle you to a PS5/Series X upgrade, which is nice. 

So you have to buy the PS5 version of P5 Royal fully even if you own it on PS4, yet they're giving free upgrades to Frontiers.

SEGA is weird.

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1 minute ago, Jovahexeon Jax Joranvexeon said:

Might be an Altus thing.

Pretty sure it's on SEGA since they're the publishers. It's probably more so because Frontiers is a brand new release, so they wouldn't get away with allowing an upgrade pathway.

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59 minutes ago, AlphaRuby said:

I'd have thought SEGA would keep their release strategies all in sync with its subsidiaries.

Not necessarily, but they have been trying to bring them closer.

Sega has gone on record in reports over the past few years that more of their games would follow Atlus release strategies in terms of production and distribution.

 

But at the end of the day the same strategies don't work for every game. Particularly when your dealing with "Halo" releases like Persona that more or  less are the gold standard of their genre. The same rules don't apply.

 

 

Also, they chose the right image for the Boxart. Very nice - even if some small part of me on the inside is angry that it is another depiction of how hard this game is going to lean on rails.

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Still no info on physical editions. Yet. Digital deluxe looks pathetic for the price (£55 on ps store). Here's hoping for a nice physical boxset version.

 

Also, I wonder if the ps4 version will be cheaper than the ps5 version....if its say its 15 cheaper, simply buy that and upgrade for free. Seems odd.

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