Sonic's open world adventure takes gaming by storm!
Sonic Frontiers sells over 2.5 million copies, becomes a contender for The Game Awards 2022
Sonic Frontiers has been a huge success since its launch on November 6. Sega, the game's developer, has announced that the open world action game has sold over 2.5 million copies across PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo, and PC platforms.
Fans have been loving Sonic's transition to an open world format, and the positive reaction has even made the game a contender for the fan-voted Player's Voice category at The Game Awards 2022.
Sega has also released a 2023 roadmap for Sonic Frontiers, which includes three updates throughout the year. These updates will bring new challenge modes, a photo mode, a new playable character, and fresh story content to the fast-paced adventure title.
Despite its success, Sonic Frontiers did suffer from significant pop-in issues when it was first released. However, these issues have since been addressed and the game is now running smoothly.
In a tweet, Sega celebrated the game's success and thanked fans for their support. "We are thrilled to announce that Sonic Frontiers has sold over 2.5 million copies since its launch. Thank you to all of our amazing fans for making this possible!" the tweet read.
Sonic Frontiers has been a hit with both old and new fans of the Sonic franchise. The game's blend of fast-paced action and open world exploration has proven to be a winning formula.
Additionally, the game's updates and new content planned for 2023 will only add to the excitement and keep players coming back for more.
Sega has not provided any further details on the 2.5 million copies sold, including whether the figure includes digital or physical copies of the game. However, it's clear that Sonic Frontiers is a runaway success and continues to entertain gamers everywhere.
If you haven't tried Sonic Frontiers yet, now is the perfect time to jump in and experience the fun for yourself. With its thrilling gameplay and exciting updates on the way, you won't be disappointed.