Sonic Origins: Fans are not satisfied with locked DLC content

The release date and editions of Sonic Origins were announced earlier today, and fans aren’t happy with the amount of locked DLC, including the game’s “hard missions,” camera controls of main menu items, and character animations when playing music.

The Sonics 1, 2, 3 and CD remastered collection has announced 8 pieces of content not included in the standard edition, spread across a number of different editions and DLC packs.

According to the Sonic Origins website, hard missions, unlocked mirror mode, and even certain animations and music are locked behind DLC packs from launch.

Die verschiedenen Editionen und DLCs von Sonic Origins (Foto: <a href=

The different editions and DLCs of Sonic Origins (Photo: SEGA)

Not even the most expensive Digital Deluxe Edition comes with everything automatically, as fans will also need to pre-order the collection to check off all the DLC pieces.

Fans have expressed their concerns on Twitter @MShenjosh say Sonic Origins “feels like a fighting game with their DLC” while @RobotFaker_ said that they “don’t like the digital deluxe stuff that SEGA keeps pulling”.

another user, @XxJuan_776xXsaid: “Obviously it’s impossible to cram everything into one version of a game these days. They always have to get every penny out of us.”

The Standard Edition of Sonic Origins costs $39.99 and comes with no extras, but players who pre-order will get 100 bonus coins, unlocked mirror mode, and the letterbox background for free.

A premium fun pack includes hard missions, the letterbox background, character animations in the main menu, camera controls over the main menu islands, and character animations during music islands.

Another piece of DLC, the Classic Music Pack, includes additional music tracks from the Mega Drive and Genesis games.

The Digital Deluxe Edition, which retails for $44.99, includes most of these goodies, but as mentioned, players still need to pre-order the game to get instant access to the mirror mode, as well as the bonus coins and letterbox get background.

Sonic Origins will be available on June 23rd for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally thinks about tweeting @thelastdinsdale. He’ll be talking about The Witcher all day. Sonic Origins: Fans are not satisfied with locked DLC content

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