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Create Custom Characters in ‘Sonic Forces’

Ever wanted to create your own character in the Sonic the Hedgehog universe? You can now in SEGA‘s upcoming video game ‘Sonic Forces’, in which players can create and play as their own custom anthropomorphic character.

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Here’s the low down;


“In this just announced gameplay style, players will be equipping their custom Hero Character with one of a variety of powerful unique gadgets called Wispons. Wispons are an evolution of the Color Powers from Sonic Colors and double as both offensive abilities and as a way to platform through levels quickly. Along with the Wispon, the Hero Character will have a grappling hook they can utilize to quickly traverse across zones. Players can also customize the Hero Character’s looks by choosing and swapping between hundreds of accessories and outfit options to change the character’s appearance as they play through the game.”

And here’s the information on the seven base animals that players can choose from, each with their own special abilities;

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Wolf – Automatically draws in rings when near them
Rabbit – Has longer invincible time after receiving damage
Cat – Keeps one ring after being hit
Dog – Restarts with five rings after the player dies
Bear – Blows away enemies with a homing attack
Bird – Flies high with double jump abilities
Hedgehog – Collects rings when getting damaged

According to SEGA, the characters the players create; “will be a key part of the story, appearing not only in cutscenes, but by being a crucial element in helping Sonic reclaim the world from Eggman’s domination.” Now that’s pretty cool. So what kind of character are you planning on making? Let us know! ‘Sonic Forces’ is set for release in late 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

[Source: Nintendo Everything]
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