UPDATE: The game’s official website lists Steam as a platform. This is now reflected in the article below.
Sega have announced Sonic Colors Ultimate during the Sonic Central livestream, and as part of the series’ 30th anniversary.
The original Sonic Colors launched in 2010 for Wii and Nintendo 3DS. Sonic pursues Dr. Eggman to his Incredible Interstellar Amusement Park; a seemingly altruistic endeavor hiding him destroying planets from across the universe and harvesting the energy of alien creatures called Wisps.
Sonic can use these Wisps to boost through stages, or gain incredible transformations to move through the stage and blast foes; such as Laser, Drill, Hover, Spikes, and Frenzy. As Sonic runs through stages, Dr. Eggman will taunt and tease the blue blur with (often humorous) PA announcements.
German dubbing studio Iksample had listed their work on “Sonic Colors Remastered,” while French retailer Sogamely had also previously listed “Sonic Colors Ultimate – Limited Edition” for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Sonic Colors Ultimate launches September 7th for Windows PC (via the Epic Games Store, and Steam), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. You can find the announcement trailer below.