After extensive gaming testing, it appears that Sega trusts Sonic Frontiers and its current state. This is good news for fans hoping for a good game and for it not to be delayed. In response to a question about Sonic Frontiers fan feedback during an interview, series producer Takashi Iizuka stated that there was a lot of information out there, with fans trying to figure things out on their own based on the trailers. or assuming things about the game that might not be correct.
He added that ultimately this may have led some people astray. According to Iizuka, the amount of information fans received was not enough for them to fully understand the game. He said that the studio listens to a lot of feedback while developing Sonic Frontiers. And that above all, Sega trusts Sonic Frontiers. Secondly, Sonic Frontiers shows the song of the credits.
Sega trusts Sonic Frontiers
Sega trusts Sonic Frontiers because has conducted extensive gaming tests with consumers, getting people to test the game and provide feedback not only on what’s bad and needs to be fixed or polished, but on what works well and things that can be expanded upon. Iizuka said that he understands that people might be a bit worried about the quality of Sonic Frontiers. However, she clarified that the studio found many improvements in the playtests it ran.
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Said the studio was able to carry out many of these playtests and that, therefore, Sega trusts Sonic Frontiers, in the quality of the final product. In case you didn’t know, Sonic Frontiers is an upcoming 3D platformer. It is being developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega. After Sonic, Miles “Tails” Prower, and Amy Rose are separated by falling down a wormhole, the player takes on the role of Sonic the Hedgehog and explores the enigmatic Starfall Islands to collect Chaos Emeralds.