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Sonic Frontiers is slated to release on PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC on November 8. But you don’t have to wait to reserve a copy for yourself. This 3D Sonic game that features numerous open-world areas along with more traditional levels is available to preorder (see it on Amazon). Below, we have links to retailers, pricing info, edition details, and what to expect in terms of preorder bonuses.

Preorder Sonic Frontiers

PS5

  • Get it at Amazon – $59.99
  • Get it at Best Buy – $59.99
  • Get it at GameStop – $59.99
  • Get it at Walmart – $59.99
  • Get it at PS Store (digital) – $59.99

PS4

  • Get it at Amazon – $59.99
  • Get it at Best Buy – $59.99
  • Get it at GameStop – $59.99
  • Get it at Walmart – $59.99
  • Get it at PS Store (digital) – $59.99

Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One

  • Get it at Amazon – $59.99
  • Get it at Best Buy – $59.99
  • Get it at GameStop – $59.99
  • Get it at MS Store (digital) – $59.99

Nintendo Switch

  • Get it at Amazon – $59.99
  • Get it at Best Buy – $59.99
  • Get it at GameStop – $59.99
  • Get it at Walmart – $59.99
  • Get it at Nintendo eShop (digital) – $59.99

PC

  • Get it at Steam – $59.99

Sonic Frontiers Digital Deluxe Edition

  • Get it on PS Store – $69.99
  • Get it on Nintendo eShop – $69.99
  • Get it on Steam – $69.99

The digital deluxe edition comes with the game, plus the following digital extras:

  • Explorer’s Treasure Box (skill points, red seeds of power, and blue seeds of defense)
  • Mini Digital Soundtrack and Art Book

Preorder Bonuses

Preorder Sonic Frontiers from any retailer, and you’ll receive the Adventurer’s Treasure Box, which contains skill points, red seeds of power, and blue seeds of defense.

A couple of retailer-exclusive preorder bonuses are also available:

  • Best Buy – exclusive steelbook case
  • GameStop – exclusive steelbook case

What is Sonic Frontiers?

Sonic Frontiers is a new, more open take on 3D Sonic games than we’ve seen in the past. You’ll zip around five big wide-open islands that contain things like platforming challenges and puzzles. They also act as an overworld, letting you enter 3D and 2D levels that are more contained and linear, like traditional Sonic games. The designers call this “open zone,” rather than open-world.

In addition to that, Sonic has a skill tree this time around that lets you dodge, parry, and counter enemy attacks. There’s also a new “Cyloop” ability. You can check out our Sonic Frontiers hands-on preview for more info.

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Chris Reed is a deals expert and commerce editor for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.

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