You Can Check Out 6 Minutes Of Sonic Frontiers Combat Gameplay Right Now

Sega revealed a quick 30-second teaser of Sonic Frontiers gameplay earlier this week and IGN released a full seven-minute look at the latest Blue Blur’s open-world gameplay. Now you can see more than six minutes of combat from the game, and it looks like sonic combat… in a 3D open world.

As we have already seen, the world of Sonic Frontiers is beautiful and one of the most realistic games in the history of the franchise. Today’s battle showcase takes place in the same area as the previous gameplay premiere, but with significantly less rail-grinding and more spinball-fighting action. As you’d expect, Sonic fights as usual in Sonic Frontiers – lots of jumping attacks, spins, kicks and more. However, it seems he has a few new tricks up his sleeve. Namely, a mid-air dash attack that sends him flying all over the screen before performing an interesting rotating circle attack. Take a look for yourself below:

As you can see, Sonic is dealing with some new types of enemies in Sonic Frontiers, and they seem to deal a lot more damage than the Blue Blur is traditionally used for. That doesn’t seem to be a problem for him, however, as he deftly takes them out with ease. We also get a glimpse of Sonic confronting a giant creature-like machine near the end of the video that is extremely large. Sonic uses some interesting moves to eventually defeat that too.

Unfortunately, we don’t have a release date for Sonic Frontiers just yet, but it’s coming sometime this year, so hopefully we won’t have to wait too long. In the meantime, check out this trailer from last December, and then check out this other snippet of Sonic Frontiers gameplay that debuted earlier this week.

What do you think of the battles in Sonic Frontiers? Let us know in the comments below! You Can Check Out 6 Minutes Of Sonic Frontiers Combat Gameplay Right Now

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