Sonic Frontiers

How to Perform a Light Speed Dash in Sonic Frontiers

How to Perform a Light Speed Dash in Sonic Frontiers

Sonic the Hedgehog is back in Sonic Frontiers which is a platform game. Players will be able to follow the story of Sonic and his friends, where Sonic falls through a wormhole to the world of Starfall Island. This is the first open-world game in the series, and you will need to collect the Chaos Emeralds in order to progress through the game and make it back to Sonic’s friends. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to perform a light speed dash in Sonic Frontiers.

How to Light Dash in Sonic Frontiers

There are a lot of moves and techniques that you can learn as you play the game. One of them is the light speed dash, which is essential if you want to navigate the world of Starfall Island completely. These are some of the places which you will not be able to access directly, so you need the help of the light speed dash. Let’s see how to get it in this guide.

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The light speed dash is an ability that you will realize you need as you look at the rows of gold rings which seem to lead nowhere. You will come across them quite early in the game, and not be able to do anything with them, which might be frustrating. The game actually doesn’t tell you how to use them, so you need to figure it out yourself.

These gold rings will lead you into a special area if you can collect them all. You will need to press the left analog stick when you see rings. Make sure to get the timing right in order for this to work. Sonic will be able to move at super speed and collect all the rings as he follows the chain.

Now, you will be transported into a special area which you otherwise could not have been able to access. There are some rewards here as well that you can now collect, as you have earned it.

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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