SEGA confirms the presence of voices and texts in French in the new open-world game of the universe of Sonic.
Good news for those who prefer French voices in games: the open-world title of SEGA in the universe of the blue hedgehog, Sonic Frontiers, will have a French localization. The info was shared on Monday by the official account, which detailed the languages that will be entitled to a translated version.
Good news! The teams here have already been hard at work in localizing Sonic Frontiers to bring it to new audiences. Full list of language support below: pic.twitter.com/AS9h6oyDhh
– Sonic the Hedgehog (@sonic_hedgehog) January 10, 2022
In French in text and voices certainly, but we do not know who was chosen to embody the characters. If you are asking yourself the question, the game should count as often on a cast of famous dubbing actors and not star-talents like Malik Bentalha, the voice of Sonic in the film (which will soon have a sequel).
Over the past 10 years, the main protagonist has been voiced by Alexandre gillet, regular vocals of Grant “The Flash” Gustin, Elijah “Frodo” Wood and Chris “Captain America” Evans, so we can expect a return, just like Marie-Eugénie Marshal, the voice of Tails (but also of MJ in the first Spider-Man trilogy). Responnse end of 2022 on PC and consoles.