All eyes are on Sonic Frontiers proper now and the lackluster response from followers over the early footage proven this week. In a brand new interview explaining how Frontiers got here to be an open-world recreation, issues went in an sudden path when Sonic Staff head Takashi Iizuka hints how he hoped the work they put into Frontiers could possibly be repurposed for a brand new Sonic Journey recreation, seemingly Sonic Journey 3.
The probability of getting Sonic Adventures 3
Iizuka defined how he had beforehand mentioned he would “prefer to proceed the Sonic Journey sequence sooner or later” in an interview with IGN First. The Sonic Journey video games additionally had open areas though these have been smaller and often known as Journey Fields. Methods the workforce discovered from each video games are presently being utilized in Sonic Frontiers. Whereas Iizuka isn’t considering of his subsequent recreation simply but, he hopes “the entire work we put into Sonic Frontiers can be utilized to make one other Sonic Journey recreation someday.” Sonic Journey 3 is way from sure in the meanwhile, nevertheless it has undoubtedly given followers hope for the long run.
For now, Iizuka additionally defined how Sonic Frontiers may have open-world ranges that encourage gamers to discover. Not solely will there be the standard fast-paced Sonic experiences, however there may even be moments the place gamers have to unravel puzzles to open up new areas. They felt the usual 3D linear format didn’t give the workforce sufficient room to innovate and would result in a recreation that was extraordinarily much like ones that had gone earlier than it. Solely time will inform how profitable this new strategy might be.
In different information, the horror recreation a few bloodthirsty spider prepare referred to as Choo-Choo Charles could possibly be discovering its approach to PlayStation consoles sooner or later. Elsewhere, the rumored Crash Bandicoot multiplayer recreation apparently has a take a look at construct that includes ten characters.