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New Sonic Forces trailer showcases Casino Forest Zone

SEGA has dropped a new Sonic Forces gameplay video to tickle your (gaming) tastebuds, in preparation for the game’s release this November.

This video (above) showcases Sonic running through Casino Forest stage. According to SEGA, Casino Forest is an ancient ruins currently being converted to a casino by Eggman. And, as you can see, the zone has a similar flair to the old Casino Nights Zone, with similar pinball flippers, bumpers and slot machines – although this time set in a lush forest.

Sonic Forces launches on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Switch on November 7, 2017.

Check out SEGA’s full press release, after this brief gallery:

Press Release

New Sonic Forces™ Video Showcases New Classic Sonic Stage
Take a Sneak Peek Look at Casino Forest

Today, SEGA® released brand new footage from its highly anticipated new Sonic title, Sonic Forces™. The video unveils gameplay of Classic Sonic speeding through Casino Forest, a stage which gives a nod to the iconic Casino Night Zone from previous Sonic games.

The brightly lit, colorful stage features pinball-based level designs, complete with bumpers, pinball flippers, and slot machines. Bounce and flip on over to this link here to catch the new gameplay footage. Also, in case you missed it last week, check out the latest trailer, the Sonic Forces Story Trailer, here.

From the team that brought you Sonic Colors™ and Sonic Generations™, Sonic Forces has players experience fast paced action as Modern Sonic, catapult past perilous platforms as Classic Sonic, and use powerful new gadgets as their own Custom Hero Character. The game will be available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on November 7. Both Digital and Physical Bonus Editions of the game are now available to pre-order!

Source: SEGA PR

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