Sonic to Get a VR Themed Roller Coaster Experience?

This is quite an old story which has only just come to light and… I don’t remember anyone talking about it so here you go.

Throughout last year, Sega made constant hints and nods that they were looking into expanding Sonic into theme parks and other leisure related attractions.

Even at the Sonic fan party last year at the House of Blues, during the livestream they accidentally let it slip that a number of attractions were on the way, fortunately I was paying attention and caught it just in time.

Well, whilst doing the rounds we found a very interesting piece from February 2016 which seems to have gone noticed by the majority of people. In an interview with Attractions Management Sega discusses again that they are open to having Sonic featuring as part of theme parks and other rides, similar to the Alton Towers deal, which sadly ended very recently.

In the closing of the article, the website claims the following.

Attractions Management also understands that Sonic will be the theme of a high-profile virtual reality rollercoaster, due to be announced later this year.

Now… obviously, there was no such announcement in 2016, however, given that Sega were constantly dropping hints that they were actively looking into this, and that there were at least 6 arcade games in development, this doesn’t seem too unlikely. Especially with a number of theme parks lately developing or adapting their existing rides to incorporate a virtual reality experience.

What do you think? In the future will we finally get a Sonic VR experience… on a roller-coaster?

Source: Attractions Management

6 Comments

  1. That would probably be the one roller coaster I ever try…maybe…depending on how scary it looks…but then again, I’d get to be Sonic for like 1-2 minutes…but scary…but Sonic… o_o”””

  2. I’m hoping that Sonic and other SEGA characters would have attractions or their own theme park in one of the Disney Parks.

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