Sonic at the Olympic Games – Tokyo 2020: Sonic the Hedgehog 30th Anniversary Celebration!
Get in-game Passes for as little as $0.99, a savings of up to 90%! New trailer also released!
To celebrate Sonic the Hedgehog’s 30th Anniversary, SEGA is reducing the price of in-game Passes for Sonic at the Olympic Games – Tokyo 2020 on Android, iOS and FireOS up to 90% starting from June 25. To celebrate the occasion, SEGA has also released a special trailer featuring Sonic speeding around some of Tokyo’s most iconic sights.
■Sonic 30th Anniversary Celebration! Get in-game Passes for as little as $0.99, a saving of up to 90%.
June 23rd (Wednesday) marks the 30th Anniversary of Sonic the Hedgehog. To celebrate, all in-game Passes have been reduced to $0.99 (incl. tax), including All Access Passes, 2-Area Passes, and 5-Area Passes
SONIC AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES TOKYO 2020 is free to download and includes the first 10 Stages. Purchasing an All Access Pass unlocks all subsequent Areas of the game. All Access Passes are currently available for $0.99.
■Can YOU keep up with Sonic? Special trailer released!
SEGA just released a special trailer featuring Sonic speeding around some of Tokyo’s most iconic sights. Having trouble keeping up with Sonic? Try adjusting the Playback speed in your YouTube settings to 0.25 so you can catch all the details. Look closely and you might even catch a glimpse of some of Sonic’s friends hiding in Tokyo.
The Olympic Games are nearly here, so get into the Olympic spirit early with SONIC AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES – TOKYO 2020!
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In 2016, SEGA Group obtained the exclusive sub-license for the development and sales of interactive entertainment software based on the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 from International Sports Multimedia (ISM, headquarters: Georgia USA, President and CEO: Raymond Goldsmith), the licensee of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). https://sega.jp/
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