Sonic Frontiers gets free demo on Nintendo Switch

Sega came out in November Sonic Limits, a brand new installment in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. There are always a lot of big video games released at the end of the year, and some of them easily slip through the cracks. For anyone who may have missed Sonic’s latest, Sega has now released a demo for the game on Nintendo Switch. It should give players a chance to see what Limits has to offer, and how it differs from previous Sonic games! Readers who want to check out the demo can download it from the Nintendo Switch eShop here.

Sonic Limits made some big changes to the established formula, adding huge open zones for the character to explore and combat inspired by Paramount’s Sonic movies. Critical reception to Sonic Limits was mixed across the board, though fans generally seemed to have more positive things to say compared to previous Sonic games. As the writer who reviewed it on Nintendo Switch for ComicBook.com, I rewarded Sonic Limits a score of 4 out of 5, praising the game’s open zones and Cyber ​​Space stages, while having issues with elements such as pop-in and a gameplay loop that can feel tedious at times.

Fans who decide to try out the game will be happy to know Sonic Limits will get a lot of extra content in 2023! Sega has revealed that the game will receive three content updates this year. The first two updates seem on the small side and add features like a jukebox and photo mode. The third update looks like a pretty big deal though, with new playable characters and new story content. The prospect of playing as characters like Tails and Knuckles is quite exciting, but the best news is that all of this content will be free!

Sonic Limits is available on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and PC. Readers can check out all of our previous coverage of the game here.

Are you planning to watch this demo for Sonic Limits? Is this a game you want to try already? Let us know in the comments or share your thoughts directly on Twitter at @Marcdachamp to talk about all things gaming!

[H/T: Nintendo Life]

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