According to the job listing, the successful candidate will be immersed in the organising and shaping of Sonic lore, canon, characters, and universes, helping to bring consistency, connectivity, and creativity to all things Sonic across various forms of media including games, animation, comics, and more.”
Speaking on Twitter, Katie Chrzanowski, the Sonic Community Manager, revealed further details:
In the past few years, we’ve been looking at the entire universe of Sonic and how things tie together canonically for the future. Sega put together a small team of us internally… we’re working on making the universe and stories more meaningfully connected.
The latest entry in the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise, which celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2021, launched last week in the shape of the open world Sonic Frontiers. You have a gander at our full verdict on the Blue Blur’s new title here.
Sonic Frontiers’ director said on Twitter just recently that the game ‘still has a long way to go,’ with the team constantly listening to feedback from fans in order to improve the experience.