Can you get the Korone DLC in Sonic Frontiers? answered

V-nodules are becoming increasingly popular around the world. These content creators have set up software that captures their movements and relays them to a virtual avatar while streaming, which has proved very popular with a segment of stream watchers. So much so that one known by the name of Korone has amassed a worldwide audience large enough to include it as DLC in Sonic Frontiers. While this is very exciting, can you actually get the DLC yourself?

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Is the Korone DLC available in Sonic Frontiers in the US and Europe?

Unfortunately, the purchase of the Korone DLC in Sonic Frontiers is exclusive only to Japanese users who have pre-ordered or purchased the game for PlayStation or Nintendo Switch through certain outlets within the first month. It is highly unlikely that the game content will ever make it to the western parts of the world. If you want to see the DLC content in action, you can go all the way to the 28 minute mark in the video below.

While the Korone DLC isn’t available for English-speaking countries, there’s a chance it could become available via fan mods for the PC versions of the game in the future. Of course, that would amount to someone taking their free time to integrate all this content into the game and let others download it.

We’re not sure why this content is locked away in Japan. There are big fans of the V-Tubers in the United States, but perhaps Sega didn’t feel like there were nearly enough to get them across. If you compare this DLC to the return of Sonic Adventure 2 Soap Shoes, there’s a pretty big difference between people who recognize the references on either side. Our best advice is to hope someone mods it later. Can you get the Korone DLC in Sonic Frontiers? answered

Curtis Crabtree

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