Sonic Frontiers from Sega recently released on all consoles and PC. I’ve had a lot of fun playing it on PS5 for review, and have been playing it on Steam Deck and Switch. Following the release of the Monster Hunter Collaboration, the Sonic Frontiers version 1.10 update has gone live on all platforms. This includes fixes for the Xbox Series S version and more. The Sonic Frontiers Xbox Series S 60fps patch to fix performance mode is also live on PS5 and PS4 with other fixes. The update download size is 314.8MB on PS4. Watch the Sonic Frontiers video showcasing one of the best songs from the game below:
Sonic Frontiers version 1.10 update patch notes
- Fixed an issue where Xbox Series S owners were not able to select Performance mode to prioritize framerate.
- Fixed an issue where the Kronos Island Titan boss would disappear after reattempting the fight.
- Fixed an issue where one of the Chaos Island icons was showing as locked even after completion.
Sonic Frontiers free content updates roadmap
Sega announced that the game will get multiple free content updates extending into next year in the launch announcement for the Monster Hunter Collaboration Pack DLC.
If you’re curious about what DLC is available and coming for Sonic Frontiers, read my complete Sonic Frontiers DLC guide. With Sonic Frontiers now available, the original soundtrack is set to be released worldwide on vinyl and digitally beginning next month. If you missed the day one patch notes, read this.
Sonic Frontiers is out now worldwide on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store.