Sonic, the Hedgehog series, has held a special place in fans’ hearts for over 30 years now, and one of the main reasons Sonic games have stayed relevant is the constant creation of new and varied content, whether Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) or the most recent one Sonic Origins.
June has always been a big month for the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. June 23 is the day that the very first game was released on the Sega Genesis, and it’s also seen as the birthday of Sonic himself.
However, as Sonic Origins came out today on its birthday, it comes with information that isn’t meant to be in Sonic Origins game files.
Some of the Origins files named CyberSpace are referring to rumored “cyberspace” levels that might be a part of Sonic Frontier, and InstancedGrind is referring to rumored grind rails object, and this is not everything; there is more to it as a few leftover Exe strings meant for Frontiers message system includes FishingBigFirstTalked, and a non-playable-character called Kodama and much more.
This confirms that we will likely see The Fishing King, and the rumors regarding cyberspace are not just rumors. Not to mention, this is not the first time Sega has left us with the necessary information, or maybe they did this on purpose so that fans can find out more about the Sonic Frontiers.
Fun fact there was a Kirby game a couple of years ago, and HAL Laboratory used the same engine for all its Kirby games; it contained files referencing various things, including a project called “Kirby3d,” which turned out to be Forgotten Land, so we can say that sega is using the same engine for both Frontiers and the main menu part of Origins which in result ended up being some shared files they forgot to remove before launch.
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