Sonic Frontiers

How to Rescue Tails in Sonic Frontiers

How to Free Tails in Sonic Frontiers

The platform game hero Sonic the Hedgehog is back with another video game called Sonic Frontiers. This is the first open-world game of the series, and players will be able to explore the world of Starfall Island freely. They will need to collect the Chaos Emeralds in order to progress through the game. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to free Tails in Sonic Frontiers.

How to Free Tails in Sonic Frontiers

Sonic and his buddies are back in Sonic Frontiers, except this time, he’s separated from them at the beginning of the game. You will need to progress through some levels in the game in order to get to Tails, who is Sonic’s best friend.

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Your rescue mission of saving Tails is part of the main story mission, so you will eventually come across it. All you need to do is defeat the second boss in the game, which is the Wyvern on Ares Island. Once it is over, you will get the mission to save Tails. 

When you get to Chaos Island, you will get a tool to search for your friends, which is the point marker. This will show you where your friends are trapped. You will be able to track down the location of Tails with the help of the point marker.

Once you get there, you will find Tails locked in a prison of a red spiky cage, just like your other friends Amy and Knuckles. You will need to free him, for which you need 20 Memory Tokens for Tails. You can collect these throughout the map. For Tails, the Tokens look like yellow wrenches. 

You can collect about twelve of them around Chaos Island. If you want a tutorial on how to get more of them you can follow this guide: How to Get Memory Tokens in Sonic Frontiers. When you have 20 of them, you will be able to interact with Tails and set him free.

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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