Combo and Skill List in Sonic Frontiers
Sonic Frontiers‘ enemies level up in the same way that Sonic does, so combos are an effective way to gain an advantage over them. Especially when it is combined with the new Phantom Rush skill. Using all of these abilities and more provides you with a plethora of options for becoming the most formidable force on the frontier.
Trophies and Achievements
|Trophy||How to Unlock|
|Unrivaled Aptitude||Unlock all Skills.|
|Speed Demon||Activated a Power Boost for the first time.|
|Combo Convert||Performed a Phantom Rush for the first time, outside of the training simulator.|
|Combo Crackerjack||Performed Phantom Rush 50 times, outside of the training simulator.|
At the start of the game, Sonic also has his standard move set, which includes a Homing Attack, Drop Dash, and Stomp. While these moves are effective against normal enemies, if you want to take on the bigger and stronger foes that await you on the Starfall Islands, you’ll need to level up and unlock new skills.
How Combos work
Sonic’s combo meter will fill up after attacking enemies consecutively. When the combo meter reaches zero, Phantom Rush is activated, and your attack power is increased until the meter reaches zero again.
Here are some abilities accessible to Sonic:
Sonic Boom-a long-range, high-speed kick that unleashes shockwaves at the enemy—can deal massive amounts of damage in a short burst.
Wild Rush, a flashy zigzagging attack that sends you crashing into your target with great force, is another option for dealing major damage to your enemies. It’s a quick and stylish way to punish your opponents while avoiding incoming fire.
Certain enemies in Sonic Frontiers are protected by a shield or barrier. Break their shield with Cyloop, then deal as much damage as possible before it regenerates. If your opponent hits you, simply use the Cyloop ability on the ground to collect more rings and rejoin the fight.
By using Parry during combat, you can use your opponents’ moves against them. When an enemy is about to attack, a visual cue alerts you. If you react quickly enough, you will be able to parry it and counterattack.