After the biggest year in Sonic history, Takashi Iizuka predicts a ‘second wave’ in 2023 –

In a massive year-end interview, Japan’s Famitsu asked 141 well-known developers from various studios and publishers about their ambitions for the new year. As always, there were plenty of interesting, albeit often vague, responses. Takashi Iizuka, on the other hand, isn’t afraid to make big announcements. He described the past year as the biggest year in Sonic history to date and 2023 aims to keep the momentum and animation Netflix Sonic Prime, “said Iizuka. “We are preparing a second wave to keep fans happy and keep the momentum going into 2023. We’ve already announced additional content for Sonic Frontiers, but there’s a lot more to come, so look forward to it,” said Takashi Iizuka. Other new Sonic games? It’s not out of the question, although it was a little surprising so soon after the remasters and the new Sonic Frontiers. Or what plans does Iizuka think? via Gematsu, Images: Sonic Frontiers, Sega

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