Sonic Colors: Ultimate trailer spotlights all the big updates to the game

Sega released a Sonic Colors: Ultimate HD Updates Spotlight trailer detailing all improvements coming to the remaster on Nintendo Switch in September 2021 release date

Sega has released a new Sonic Colors: Ultimate HD Updates Spotlight trailer that details all of the big updates and improvements coming to the remaster ahead of its September 7, 2021 release date on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Epic Games Store for $39.99. We’ve reported on several of these improvements before, but now this nice trailer spells it all out visually. But hey, if watching trailers is too much effort, you can just skim this bullet-point list of Sonic Colors: Ultimate updates and improvements instead:

  • HD Updates – New high-definition updates and improvements, including 60 FPS, re-vamped lighting, improved graphics and (where applicable) 4K resolution
  • New Mode “Rival Rush” – Go head-to-head with Metal Sonic to unlock rewards
  • Park Tokens & Customization – Head to the store and use park tokens to unlock unique boosts, auras, shoes and gloves for Sonic
  • Jade Ghost – Transform Sonic, fly around, and pass through solid objects to reach hidden areas
  • Customizable Controls – Customize your controls to find a layout that suits your play style
  • Tails Save – Find a Tails Save and be taken back to safety if you need to be rescued
  • 100 Count Ring – Collect a 100 Count Ring to gain temporary invincibility and boost your score after each level
  • Music – Fully remixed soundtrack to set the pace while you put an end to Dr. Eggman’s evil plan

Which of the updates and improvements to Sonic Colors: Ultimate is most intriguing to you? Racing Metal Sonic sounds pretty fun, though Tails Save will be a blessing for some.

[Source: PR]

John Friscia
Head Copy Editor for Enthusiast Gaming, Managing Editor at The Escapist. I'm a writer who loves Super Nintendo and Japanese role-playing games to an impractical degree. I really miss living in South Korea. And I'm developing the game Boss Saga!