Sega releases a series of screenshots from Sonic Colors: Ultimate, highlighting the improved visuals from the remastering.
Sega has revealed a new batch of screenshots for Sonic Colors: Ultimate, the upcoming remaster of its critically acclaimed 2010 release. Sonic Colors.
Announced last month, Sonic Colors: Ultimate It is scheduled to release for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch next September. The remaster features improved images and better frame rates compared to the original version, with the improved images particularly evident in Sega screenshots.
In addition to the best images and frame rates, Sonic Colors: Ultimate includes new features that were not present in the original game, including the Wisp “Jade Ghost” power-up from Team Sonic Racing, which allows Sonic to smash through solid objects, as well as Rival Rush, a game mode in which players can compete against Metal Sonic. Sonic Colors: Ultimate It also includes cosmetics inspired by last year’s live action. Sonic the Hedgehog feature film. Additionally, a two-episode animated miniseries titled Sonic Colors: Rise of the Wisps is scheduled for release sometime this year.
Developed by Sonic Team, Sonic Colors originally released for the Nintendo Wii in the United States on November 16, 2010, with a version of the Nintendo DS developed by Dimps released on the same day. Sonic Colors received mostly positive reviews at launch, and is widely regarded as one of the best Sonic games.
Developed by Sonic Team and published by Sega, Sonic Colors: Ultimate Coming September 7 for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.
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