Sonic Frontiers: Sega is evaluating feedback as in a "global playtest" (updated)

Sonic Frontiers: Sega is evaluating feedback as in a global playtest (updated)

Sonic Frontiers

Sonic Frontiers would still be in some sort of global playtest phase, according to director Mio Kishimoto, who admitted that the game still has great room for improvement and this evolution will take place in the next period.

Update: Unfortunately due to an incorrect translation from Japanese into English (and later into Italian) Kishimoto's words were misinterpreted. As Genki points out on Twitter, the director is not saying that "Sonic Frontiers is still a global playtest", but rather that the development team is taking player feedback very seriously "as if it were a global playtest".

In short, it is an important difference that we considered necessary to underline, also updating the title of the news, since from the first incorrect interpretation Kishimoto's comment was certainly more controversial in the eyes of the players, although in any case the director admits that there is "still a long way to go", which means that future patches could bring great benefits to the technical sector.

The original news follows.

Speaking on Twitter, the director of Sonic Frontiers responded to some statements from users and critics saying that "there are still areas that are not yet at their full potential", explaining that "we will take everything this seriously as a kind of global playtest ". Basically, for the developers there would still be work on the game to make it better and this should happen despite the title is already available on the market.

In fact, Sonic Frontiers has been received with somewhat mixed ratings, considering the international review ratings range from 2 to 9, however the average rating is quite positive. In addition, demonstrating the excellent response from the public, we found that the game has set the record for concurrent users on Steam for the series, but that does not mean that there is no room for improvement.

D on the other hand, Sonic Frontiers presents a rather new approach to the Sega historical series, staging a large open world that can be freely explored, which in fact alternates very well-managed sections with others that fail to exploit the full potential of the gameplay. Probably, the developers intend to work on these by improving the contents in a post-launch evolutionary process, but we are waiting to understand what exactly the director means when he talks about global playtest, also because the translation from Japanese could be misleading.

In the meantime, we also refer you to our review of Sonic Frontiers to see in more detail what we think of the new chapter of Sonic's adventures.

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