Sonic Colors: Ultimate is a 3D platformer developed by Blind Squirrel Games and Sonic Team and published by Sega.
It is a remastered version of the 2010 game Sonic Colors.
The remaster of the 2011 platformer is discounted until February 13th on Steam, along with other titles like Sonic Frontiers.
Sega announces that the Sonic franchise has collectively surpassed 1.5 billion units in sales and downloads, which also includes downloads for free-to-play titles.
The credits music should now properly loop while the Achievement/Trophy "Giving Credit Where Credit's Due" has had its description updated.
Official Twitter says that this is only the first of several upcoming patches, and that other platforms would also receive some in the future.
Social media manager for the Sonic brand recently took to Twitter to reveal that an upcoming patch will alleviate all technical issues with the game.
Sonic Colors Ultimate largely holds up.
Each Wisp offers a unique ability, whether it's filling the Boost Gauge or turning Sonic into a laser to shoot through enemies.
The 2010 3D platformer is coming back with a number of improvements- here's what you should know about it.
The new remaster sees a lot of improvements from the original, including a remixed soundtrack, improved resolution, and more.
Sonic Colors Ultimate will release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via the Epic Games Store on September 7th.
Some never-before-seen gameplay of the Tropical Resort debuts. Spot the background joke about Eggman's Eggmobile being broken into.
The remaster of the 2010 classic is coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch and PC via the Epic Games Store.
Listing from a voice-over studio and French retailer point to the game being remade.