Sonic Frontiers

How Long to Beat Sonic Frontiers

How Long to Beat Sonic Frontiers

Whenever a new game releases, players have tons of queries regarding that game, and Sonic Frontier is no exception. Among other questions one of the most frequent questions about Sonic Frontier is the length of the game. Well, that’s a common question that almost every time players ask before playing  a game. If you are curious to know the time you have to invest in Sonic Frontier, our guide will help you with it.

Sonic Frontiers is a 3D platformer that searches to integrate the traditional Sonic gameplay elements, such as rings and bumpers, into an open-world formula. Hunting down collectibles, solving puzzles, and battling enemies are all the targets in Sonic Frontiers. The game director, Morio Kishimoto, says that the game length is variable. He also added that it would take double the time to clear everything and go for 100%. This game’s character progression system will help players continue through the journey. 

How Long is Sonic Frontiers

Usually, it is impossible to tell a specific time that suits every player. That’s primarily because players have their different playing styles and skills. Sonic Frontier has lots of things to explore and the time to beat the game depends on whether you want to explore the entire story or focus on the main story.

Well, according to various facts about the game, the Sonic Frontiers’ length will be approximately 20 to 30 hours to beat the game’s main content. The director, Morio Kishimoto himself, has given this estimate about the game length. He revealed the estimated time during the interview with IGN. 

Kishimoto stated that the Sonic Frontiers world is not the standard open-world players expect. Rather, it will include level-based platforms and a world map. The director also added that the playable world map with level-based platforms is an entirely new trend in the game. 

Players who are aiming for 100% completion will take around 40 to 60 hours, which is almost twice the time for the standard run of the game. The time ultimately depends on the players and how long they will spend to beat Sonic Frontiers. As it is the closest thing to the first open-world Sonic game to pass, SEGA tries its best to make the journey memorable. So, it will be interesting to see how Sonic Frontiers handles the latest direction. 

Geetasri Roy
I am an English literature graduate and turned my passion into my profession. I love writing on various niches. Apart from writing, I am a part time gamer. Games works as a stress buster for me. My knack for games lead me here to write about different games.

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