Sonic Forces | New Infinite Villain

Sonic Forces™ Unveils Action-Packed Boss Battle Footage Against New Infinite Villain

Gameplay Also Showcases Exciting “Rental Avatar” Hero Swapping Social Feature

Sydney, Australia — 18th October 2017 — Today, SEGA® released brand new Infinite battle footage from Sonic Forces, showcasing the Bird Hero Character battling with the Lightning Wispon, and the Cat Hero Character attacking with the Cube Wispon. Players can take advantage of two different Hero Characters’ abilities and Wispons thanks to the “Rental Avatar” Hero Swapping feature.

The new free “Rental Avatar” feature allows access to Hero Characters built by players around the world, granting them the ability to use their Wispons and swap between their character and the “Rental Avatar” at any point in the level. Besides seeing some gorgeous and/or hilarious characters as a result, this feature will let players utilise two different Wispons in a single level to find secret paths and overcome any obstacles in their way.

Check out the video above to see the Infinite boss battle in action. The footage shows Infinite doing swift hover attacks, shooting swarms of red cubes to inflict damage, and creating tricky obstacles for players to overcome. 

In addition to the new Infinite boss battle, check out new footage of the Bird Hero Character utilising the Drill Wispon in the Chemical Plant here:

From the team that brought you Sonic Colors™ and Sonic Generations™, Sonic Forces has players experience fast-paced action as Modern Sonic, catapult past perilous platforms as Classic Sonic, and use powerful gadgets as their own Custom Hero Character. The game will be available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 7th November. Anyone who pre-orders the Bonus Edition will receive the Shadow costume for their Hero Character.  

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Aussie Gamers Express
18th October 2017
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