The social media manager for the Sonic brand recently took to Twitter to reveal to fans that an upcoming patch for Sonic Colors: Ultimate will be fixing the litany of bugs and crashes experienced by players. Katie Chrzanowski hasn’t detailed the specifics of the release for the patch, but considering the gravity of the situation, it’s expected to be dropping sooner than later.
On a side note, Katie Chrzanowski also highlighted that many fans were encountering issues with the game due to the use of emulation. Of course, fixing those problems isn’t a developer’s forte – but genuine bugs will be resolved soon. Sonic Colors: Ultimate has generally had a positive critical reception, with most negatives surrounding the game’s poor technical stability.
The game’s Switch version seems to be faring the worst in terms of technical performance, as legions of fans have pointed out in recent days. Sonic 2022 will be releasing in, well, 2022 – but details for that game remain paper-thin for now.
Quick aside: we've seen some graphical issues that were caused by an emulator which is unfortunately outside our control.
Trying to figure out what bugs are legitimate can really slow down the QA process. If you're having issues, please do flag them here: https://t.co/vymOVVEyZp
— Katie – MiniKitty (@KatieChrz) September 5, 2021