Sonic Frontiers

How to Defeat Giganto in Sonic Frontiers

How to Defeat Giganto in Sonic Frontiers

Sonic Frontiers is the newest installment of the Sonic the Hedgehog series, where players will need to explore and collect the treasure of Starfall Island. It is a platform game released in 2022, as there are plenty of fans of the Sega franchise. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to defeat Giganto in Sonic Frontiers.

How to Beat the Giganto Boss in Sonic Frontiers

You will be facing off against bosses in every major zone of the game, and it can get quite challenging. Thankfully, we have a guide that should have some important tips for you.

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Giganto is the first Titan that you will be battling, which is essentially a large boss. You will first need to collect the Chaos Emerald on his forehead by approaching him from behind. Sonic can jump into the line of the glowing blue rings on his ankles.

Once you have done so, Sonic will be launched into the air, and you will now need to aim for Giganto’s arm. Hold the boost button down to run up to it and collect the blue rings there. The next launching will be towards his forehead, and you should not need a boost for it. Make sure to avoid the obstacles on this platform, though. 

Once you are on his forehead, you will be able to collect the Chaos Emerald and begin the actual fight.

Close the distance between Sonic and Giganto and begin attacking the boss, trying to deal as much damage as possible. Use the combos to your advantage, such as the Sonic Boom skill. Giganto will attack you, but you will be warned when he raises his arm for a punch. You just need to hold down the parry buttons and perform a counterattack. 

A cutscene will follow after you have caused some serious damage, and there are new Giganto moves that you need to watch out for. He will open his mouth, and you will need to press a button repeatedly on the screen to avoid getting hit. Giganto can also rush suddenly toward Sonic but you just need to parry with a counterattack and you should be good.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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