Sonic Colors Ultimate shows its huge graphical improvements in a new trailer

Sonic Colors Ultimate shows its huge graphical improvements in a new trailer

Spread the love

Sonic Colors Ultimate shows its huge graphical improvements in a new trailer

After a long time without new Sonic titles, the anniversary of the blue hedgehog brought us a series of interesting announcements. Among them is Sonic Colors Ultimate, a remaster in HD and with important graphic improvements of the Wii classic, released in 2010.

Today, Sonic Colors Ultimate shows its huge graphical improvements in a new trailer, which compares the graphics of the new remaster with the original title. However, the video is not only limited to showing the technical aspect, but also illustrates some new additions to its gameplay, such as the new Rival Rush mode.

Sonic Colors Ultimate could have a version for Xbox Series X but not for Ps5

The graphic jump is very noticeable, especially considering the low resolution at which the Wii titles worked, as is the case with the original version of Sonic Colors.

Sonic Colors Ultimate shows its huge graphical improvements in a new trailer

Join Sonic on the most exciting adventure of your life! The evil Dr. Eggman has built a gigantic interstellar amusement park full of incredible attractions, but he is making it work thanks to aliens called wisps that he keeps captive. Use Sonic’s speed to unleash the wisps and discover their amazing powers in six different worlds, each plagued with dangerous enemies and many obstacles to overcome. Now with improved graphics, new features, a new game mode, and revamped gameplay. You will enjoy Sonic Colors like never before! Sonic faces a great challenge to free the wisps, but with your help and yours, he will overcome it without problem!

Sonic Colors Ultimate will go on sale next September 7 for Xbox One, Ps4, Nintendo Switch and PC through the Epic Games Store.

Last updated on 2021-03-14. Prices and availability may differ from those published.SomosXbox could receive a commission for your purchases. More information.

jQuery.noConflict();