Sega has announced that their latest Sonic the Hedgehog title, Sonic Colors Ultimate, has received a new patch. This update, version 2.6, fixes various notable issues that have plagued the title since launch.
When Sonic Colors Ultimate was initially released, it was littered with troubling bugs that greatly hindered the experience, especially for Nintendo Switch owners. Thankfully, it did receive a patch soon after release, but these continued efforts to enhance the game’s quality are appreciated.
You can view the tweet announcing update version 2.6 for Sonic Colors Ultimate below:
A new patch for Sonic Colors: Ultimate is now live across all platforms! pic.twitter.com/feXARkiv9U
— Sonic the Hedgehog (@sonic_hedgehog) November 22, 2021
Sonic Colors Ultimate is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
If you missed it, check out our review of the title’s PlayStation 4 version.
This title is a remaster of its original release on Nintendo Wii, and it utilizes the Wisps and Boost system for on-the-fly decision-making for speedy platforming. In addition to higher performance and fidelity, a skin of movie Sonic is available for pre-orders of the digital deluxe edition.
Sonic Colors was a 2010 video game that served to quite literally boost interest back into the Sonic franchise thanks to its more light-hearted tone from prior titles and dedication to speed. Since its initial release, the title has received much critique, but it still has its fair share of fans.
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