Sega celebrated Sonic the Hedgehog’s thirtieth anniversary Thursday with a livestream that gifted followers with the announcement of not only one however two main upcoming online game releases. The Sonic Central livestream, a primary of its variety and principally like Sega’s model of a Nintendo Direct Mini, was a fever dream of hedgehog-related bulletins each huge and small.
One of many greatest reveals was a trailer (which you’ll watch above) asserting Sonic Colours: Final, a remaster of the 2010 recreation initially launched on Nintendo DS and Wii. The remaster is ready to launch Sep. 27 on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Swap, and PC (although presumably may even be out there on the latest console technology, the PS5 and Xbox Sequence X.)
However the actually thrilling information was, like the enduring hedgehog himself, was a bit extra elusive. A cinematic teaser (which you’ll watch by clicking here or manually skipping to minute 11:50 of the full Sonic Central livestream) introduced its first new full-blown, authentic 3D recreation since 2017. The trailer reveals Sonic doing his factor, working v quick and turning right into a blue blur, with a pan out to a chicken’s-eye view of the forest revealing he is made a mysterious image.
Particulars stay scarce, with not even a title to know onto. However the launch date is ready for 2022 on all of the platforms, together with the latest console technology.