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Sonic Frontiers Release Date and DLC “Listed by Promotional Material”

Sonic Frontiers could be released on November 15, according to alleged promotional material that has surfaced online.

As spotted by a Reddit user, a seller on a Taiwanese e-commerce website appears to have acquired promotional material for Sonic Frontiers ahead of its release date.

The purported promotional material, which can be seen below, lists Sonic Frontiers’ release date as November 15th, along with a claim that DLC is already being planned for the game.

In addition to this information, the new art shows returning characters from the series, including Tails, Knuckles, and Amy. It looks like they’ll be joining Sonic in the next game, along with new creatures that can be seen throughout the promotional material.

Nothing is being shared about the DLC other than it being in development. However, this isn’t the first time a specific November date has been attributed to the new Sonic title.

In December 2021, the PlayStation Network backend also listed a release date of November 15, 2022, which was initially spotted by PlayStation game size.

Gamescom Opening Night Live host Geoff Keighley said earlier this month that “a new look and world premiere news about Sonic Frontiers” will be shown during the live show on August 23rd.

Sonic Frontiers is officially slated for release in 2022 for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, Switch, and PC, and Sega has said it’s aiming for high review scores for the game.

However, the publisher is yet to officially confirm the exact release date of the game.


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