It doesn't sound like we'll have to wait much longer for some fresh Sonic Frontiers content - the game's director, Morio Kishimoto, has revealed that development of the first wave of DLC is now in the final stages of production.
Kishimoto posted the update on Twitter, in response to fan feedback excited about the status of the incoming 'Update 1' pack - which is set to feature a photo mode, Juke Box and special challenges.
The message, via machine translation (so accuracy may vary):
We apologize for making you wait for the update. The production of the first series is in the climax. I am sure you will enjoy it. Please wait for a while.
Sonic Frontiers is set to receive three major content updates throughout 2023, as announced by SEGA back in December. This first update pack focuses mostly on small quality-of-life mode additions, with the second update planned to celebrate Sonic's birthday and featuring Open Zone challenges and new Koco to collect. Finally, the third DLC pack will introduce new playable characters and whole new Story to run through.
We'll keep you all posted when the DLC is ready to drop. But we have a feeling, according to Kishimoto-san, that it could be coming soon...