Sonic Colors Ultimate feature

First Sonic Colors: Ultimate spotlight trailer showcases its HD updates

SEGA published the first of a series of spotlight trailers showcasing the high-definition updates heading to Sonic Colors: Ultimate; the adrenaline-pumping upgrade to the iconic 2010 platformer Sonic Colors.

This first spotlight trailer transports fans to the familiar setting of Dr. Eggman’s Interstellar Amusement Park where they’ll find a variety of shiny new upgrades, including:

  • HD Updates. New high-definition updates and improvements, including 60 FPS, re-vamped lighting, improved graphics and 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.

Sonic Colors: Ultimate will release on September 7th.

Enjoy!

Sonic Colors: Ultimate - HD Updates Spotlight

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