Sega has quite recently revealed some new insights concerning Sonic Frontiers' story, including the way that it is being written by long-term comic book essayist Ian Flynn. Aficionados of Sega's Blue Blur may perceive Flynn from his work on Archie's long-running line of Sonic The Hedgehog funnies, which highlighted a substitute interpretation of the establishment that turned out to be nearly just about as well known and charming as the Sonic games they depended on. In any event, when Archie headed out in different directions from Sonic and his bright supporting cast back in 2016, Flynn would be recruited to proceed with his work as the lead author of IDW's rebooted Sonic The Hedgehog series.
In the interim, Sega at last moved back the drape on the most up to date Sonic The Hedgehog game during last weeks' Game Awards 2021 livestream feature, showing the high speed mascot going through an open world that quickly attracted correlations with The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild and Kirby And The Forgotten Land. The Sonic Frontiers trailer likewise indicated gigantic supervisors and included a surprisingly premonition air as Sonic sped his direction through old wilderness ruins, directed by a baffling voice and wearing what seems, by all accounts, to be some abnormal new speed powers.