Dominik Kaufmann | 2/2/2023 – 2:48 p.m.
The director of "Sonic Frontiers" described his thoughts on the next outshoot. The current part of the film is being considered as an open-zone gameplay.
Morio Kishimoto revealed on his Twitter profile that the next "Sonic" sequel is already in the works. He explained in detail what the game might be like. All suggestions are based on community input.
The open zone gameplay from "Sonic Frontiers" will be further developed. It is already being considered for the sequel, according to studio director Takashi Iizuka in November.
More playable characters are planned.
The next big step is to include more playable characters. This is because the plot was not optimally implemented in the previous part. Especially the characters should be even more in the spotlight in the future.
Many fans criticized the re-occurrence of previous levels, such as Green Hill Zone and Chemical Plant. This shouldn't happen again in the future.
Sega continues to focus on engaging single-player gaming experiences. The Japanese publisher is open to multiplayer games.
By the way, Kishimoto will not be the only director in the next offshoots. Instead, there are plans to create several directors responsible for different projects.
The "Homing Dash" mechanic, which was discovered solely by accident during development, was left out of the game as a gameplay bonus.
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Kishimoto stated that the boost mechanics might be removed in the future, giving players greater control over their gameplay.
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