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SEGA explains why Sonic Frontier's open world is called an Open Zone


SEGA explains why Sonic Frontier's open world is referred to as an Open Zone, despite being freely explorable. Director Morio Kishimoto stated "Level-based platformers often have a world map. Our Open Zone is a world map, only we’ve made it entirely playable. A playable world map that includes stage-like elements is something that hasn’t really been done before, so we had to come up with a new name. What is often defined as a World in other level-based platformers is called a Zone in Sonic games, so we took that and combined it with Open, which refers to a freely explorable field.

Posted: 16th Jun 2022
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