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sound borders He was embroiled in controversy after being shown in some videos that were not to the liking of the community. It is for this reason that many fans have asked SEGA to delay the game in order to improve it. However, the company has just responded and says it won’t be changing its release date.
It’s the same Sonic Team studio head, Takashi Iizuka, who in a recent interview with VGC He spoke about his thoughts after reading user reactions to the new blue hedgehog title, saying he wasn’t surprised as players still don’t understand the project:
“It’s not that surprising. We realize that everyone reacts to the videos they’ve seen, and because they don’t understand what this new game is, they compare it to other games that they already know. So we see a lot of people say, ‘oh, it’s kind of like that, it’s kind of like that, but it’s not like that, it’s not like that. And really the team is going out and creating this new game format for Sonic, and we call it open zone,” said the Japanese.
Furthermore, Iizuka defended the chosen gameplay, confirming that there is no way to compare it, and assured that once tested, opinions will change:
“And this new gameplay itself is something that really doesn’t exist in any other title to compare it to, so we really hope that by launch we can really explain what open area gameplay is. If people come to Gamescom or Tokyo Game Show, they will be able to get that hands-on experience of the game and understand what it’s all about Because right now we’re only watching videos of people reacting to what they think the game is.”
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Finally, the head of Sonic Team shared his thoughts on the fan request to delay sound borders and said they don’t plan to:
“We’re really confident in the playtest results we’re getting. A lot of people are saying they had a lot of fun, really enjoyed the game,” and went on to say that the title is still aimed at the end of this year: “we are currently working with our team in Japan, who are working very hard to ensure that this holiday season, people can buy the game, pick it up, take it home and enjoy it. have fun with him.”
sound borders It will arrive in December this year on PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch.
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