Indeed, even with Summer Game Fest having formally finished, it seems the period of June might in any case have some large gaming reveals left in it. Nintendo as of late declared that it would put on a Nintendo Direct in June, solely focusing on the upcoming Xenoblade Chronicles 3, and it seems the organization is in good company to leave some of its reveals and updates for later in the month. Sega has as of late uncovered that it will be sharing something new, possibly a new game announcement, as a component of IGN's Summer of Gaming.
Sega previously held a games showcase before in June, with Sonic Central giving fans updates on the controversial Sonic Frontiers and Sonic Origins, a game that features remasters of the first four stage games of the franchise. Indeed, even with a ton of Sonic news going around and with both of the previously listed titles scheduled for release this year, it wouldn't be completely impossible to assume that Sega isn't finished with its significant announcements.
In any case, it seems that the publisher still has another uncover on the way. As a feature of IGN's Summer of Gaming occasion, a "world debut exclusive" will be presented by Sega at 10 AM PT on June 22. Sega hasn't approached to say what game this will be about, and on second thought IGN's Twitter has provided fans with the main scrap of data they right now have, which stems from an eight-second brief snippet with what could be the sound of a wild bird or perhaps a sea animal.
Some fans accept that the sound in the clasp sounds like the noises of a seagull or even a dolphin, perhaps highlighting a revamp of Ecco the Dolphin. Others are of the brain that the uncover will simply be more about Sonic Frontiers or perhaps another Sonic title that is in the works. While it is possible that Sega could be showing off more Sonic substance, there were a lot of users on social media fast to remind fans that the blue hedgehog isn't Sega's just franchise.
As is many times the case when the web is shown something obscure and inconclusive, speculative theories on what Sega's announcement could be have been going crazy on social media, with there being claims that an assortment of Sega Genesis games could be coming. There is one more possibility for what the "world debut exclusive" could be, nonetheless. Total War and Alien Isolation engineer Creative Assembly as of late uncovered in a magazine interview that it had been dealing with a sci-fi FPS for the past four years, so perhaps this present time is the opportunity for Sega to show what it's been making.