PSA: The free Sonic Frontiers demo can be downloaded from the Japanese eShop

A link to the game's history on YouTube 'Update' - (So. 18th December 2022 04:30 GMT): The creator of Sonic Frontiers announced that the same demo will be released globally. We prepared a trial version only for the Switch version! To then spread it will be distributed in every country.

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Update [Thursday 18 December 2022 6:00 GMT]: The game director of Sonic Frontiers announced on social media that the same demo will come on worldwide.

We have reworked a trial version only for the Switch version. In turn, it’s going to be distributed in each country now. If you want to buy the same, try to play it once. You should notice that it’s different than the last Sonic game and other open world games. It’s not too late to judge after you’ve experienced it.

We belatedly prepared a trial version but for Switch. It will be distributed to each country from now on. If you wish to buy this, play it once because its good. You should be aware that it’s different from the past Sonic and other open world games. After you’ve had it, it’s never too late to judge it, Morio Kishimoto (@moq_46) December 17, 2022.

Original article – On the 15th of Dec. 2022 03:25 GMT – Sonic Frontiers a much ambitious new release. If you are still not sure if you might be interested in the Switch version, Sega has released a free demo on the Japanese eShop.

The demo is about 2,9 GB in size, meaning players can enjoy the first fifteen minutes of the title. It supports English, too. This demo is required with the creation of a Japanese Nintendo account and from there you can open the digital store and download it.

During this demonstration, Sega announced earlier this week that Sonic Frontiers has sold more than 2,5 million copies worldwide. In the near future, it will add a free DLC item Holiday Cheer Suit. And it’s a whole plan for 2023 with a jukebox, photo mode, new stories and more.

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