How to Change Difficulty Level in Sonic Frontiers

Go at your own speed.

Sonic Frontiers brings 3D sonic to a whole new level. With open-zone exploration, skill trees, and many different micro levels for players to engage with, it caters to new and old fans of the blue blur. There are a few different difficulty options that you can choose from. Here is how to change the difficulty level in Sonic Frontiers.

How to Change Difficulty Level in Sonic Frontiers

If you find your difficulty level might be too harsh or perhaps too simple, you can change it on the fly in Sonic Frontiers. This is great for a tricky challenge you want to get past or sharing the game with a family member who might want some more challenge.

If you’re looking to change the difficulty, all you need to do is go to the menu, scroll over to the “Options” tab and go to settings.

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From here, you can see that your difficulty meter is the first option under settings. You can change choose between three different options. Easy, medium, and hard. Play around with each setting to see which caters to your playstyle the most. Veteran fans of our sick little hedgehog might opt for hard, to really put their speed skills to the test.

Sonic Frontiers has quite a bit of combat, so if you find yourself stuck on a particular boss fight or group of enemies, feel free to drop the difficulty down; no one will think any less of you.

The game has a lot to offer players, from puzzles to gnarly rail grinds, so it’s time to soak in all that Sonic Frontiers puts in front of the player.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to change the difficulty in Sonic Frontiers. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out Prima Games. Before you get too deep into the game, take a look at all of the pre-release content that has been revealed so far.

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