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SEGA unveils supported languages in Sonic Frontiers, fans are excited

Sonic Frontiers will feature support for 12 different languages.

The push for SEGA to localize future Sonic games to more languages continued to gain traction over the last week. Well, it appears the publisher took notice. In a tweet yesterday, SEGA announced the full list of languages the upcoming Sonic Frontiers will support.

In total, Sonic‘s next adventure will support 12 different languages. However, not every language will include unique voice acting. The official Tweet breaks down all the localized languages for Sonic Frontiers by voiced languages, as well as subtitle-only languages. In addition, Korean and two variations of Chinese will only be supported on Xbox and PC.

One notable inclusion to the list of supported languages is Brazilian Portuguese. With more Sonic fans in Brazil than ever, the push for Brazilian Portuguese localization intensified across Twitter last week. Although Sonic Frontiers will only support the language via subtitles, its inclusion is certainly a step in the right direction.

Matthasnocuts, one Twitter user and Sonic fan who helped push the #SonicFrontiersPTBR movement, expressed his excitement at the language’s inclusion for Frontiers. In his post, Matt thanks SEGA for listening to the fans and proclaims the inclusion of Brazilian Portuguese subtitles as a victory.

Sonic Frontiers races out this holiday season!

SEGA first teased Sonic Frontiers last May at the Sonic Central livestream. However, its official announcement came during The Game Awards 2021. The Blue Blur’s new adventure will feature an open world with a breathtaking landscape to explore. It launches during this year’s holiday season for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

What do you think about the official list of supported languages in Sonic Frontiers? What languages do you wish SEGA would support in their titles? Let us know below!

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Sam Fronsman

A writer with a love for video games, both new and old. A collector of games, CDs and DVDs. Can sometimes be found behind a camera or playing guitar. The X-Men games for SEGA Genesis will always hold great memories.
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