Top 5 Sonic Frontiers BEST Skills

Learn about the best skills in Sonic Frontiers & which ones should you prioritize in unlocking first.

Sonic Frontiers has a total of 12 skills, and with those skills, you can get moves and abilities that will help you throughout the game.


Key Takeaways:

  • There are a total of 12 skills available in Sonic Frontiers.
  • You can use the Air Trick skill to collect skill pieces and unlock skills faster.  
  • The expensive skill in Sonic Frontier is Recovery Smash, with 50 skill points.
  • Sonic Boom, Quick Cyloop, Phantom Rush, and Recovery Smash are the best combat skills in Sonic Frontiers.

Air Trick

Skill Sonic Boom
Sonic Boom Skill in Sonic Frontiers – (Image Credits: eXputer)

After Phantom Rush, you have two options: Sonic Boom or Air Trick. Air Trick is the best choice in an early game, even though it seems a bit odd. However, Air Trick allows you to perform tricks in the air and gives you skill pieces.

With skill pieces, you can unlock other skills much faster. Air Trick is the best choice in the early game of Sonic Frontiers. Air Trick is the only skill that is not directly related to combat but will drastically help you in combat.

Sonic Boom

Skill Sonic Boom
Sonic Boom Skill in Sonic Frontiers – (Image credits: eXputer)

After Air Trick, you might want to aim for the Sonic Boom. This skill allows you to unleash shockwaves in the air. With Sonic Boom, you can avoid some close-range fights. You can easily counterattack enemies, who might be a bit dangerous at close range.

With its decent amount of damage, it is the best skill you might want to consider after Air Trick. This skill will be advantageous in the late game of Sonic Frontiers, as some enemies will be difficult to defeat at close range.

Quick Cyloop

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Quick Cyloop skill uses the elements from the first skill you unlock, Cyloop. When using Cyloop, Sonic leaves a light trail behind, and when you close enclose the trail, some rings and collectibles will appear. It also helps you interact with some items in Sonic Frontiers World.

However, Cyloop is also useful in combat. With Quick Cyloop, you can perform a Cyloop right away. You can use Cyloop to lower the shields of some enemies. If there are no shields, the enemies will be launched into the air, which makes them vulnerable for Sonic to attack.

Moreover, Quick Cyloop is only restricted to one enemy, which means you will have to wait till the meter fills up again. Also, it costs 20 skill points.

Phantom Rush

skill Phantom Rush
Phantom Rush Skill in Sonic Frontiers – (Image credits: eXputer)

The second skill you get in Sonic Frontiers. Phantom Rush activates after the combo meter is filled. When the combo meter is filled with Phantom Rush, attacks will be 1.2 times more powerful.

Phantom Rush will last until the combo meter reaches all the way low. As long as you do not get hit, you are all good to go using Phantom Rush. Moreover, Phantom Rush only costs 3 skill points.

Recovery Smash

Skill Recovery Smash
Recovery Smash Skill in Sonic Frontiers – (Image credits: eXputer)

The most expensive skill, which costs 50 skill points, is Recovery Smash. Recovery Smash allows you counterattacks the enemies if you are knocked down by them.

A button prompt will appear whenever sonic is knocked down, and if you can execute it, Sonic will counter with Recovery Smash. It deals a decent amount of damage and will get you on the ground.

However, Recovery Smash being an expensive skill, will take some to unlock. But with great cost comes great skills. Recovery Smash is one of the best skills in Sonic Frontiers, which is worth the wait.

Final Words

These are the best Sonic Frontiers skills that you should prioritize. However, with the right amount of grind, you can unlock all the skills while finishing the second island.

When it comes to Sonic OG looks, you can get the Soap Shoes, which brings back the memory of old Sonic games while doing light-speed dash.  

In this guide, we have covered the best skills in Sonic Frontiers. You can further check our guide on How To Parry, which is really helpful in combat.

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