Sonic Colors: Ultimate, postponed the release of retail versions in Europe

Sonic Colors: Ultimate, postponed the release of retail versions in Europe

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Sega has announced that the retail versions of Sonic Colors Ultimate, scheduled for September 7, have been postponed to a date to be defined. However, the postponement does not concern digital copies, which will be available at launch as scheduled.

The announcement came with a post on the company's official Twitter profile, where he explains that due to "unforeseen logistical problems" retail versions of the standard edition and the Keyring edition (which includes Baby Sonic's keychain) will arrive later than expected in all EMEA territories, except Australia and New Zealand. For the moment, no new launch date has been announced for the boxed versions of Sonic Colors: Ultimate, but Sega promises that more details will come soon.

Sonic Colors: Ultimate is the remastered and definitive version for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch of Sonic Colors, released way back in 2011 on Wii, and will include updated controls, a new mode and of course improvements to the graphics and perfomance.

In this adventure Sonic must save the alien race Wisps from Eggman's clutches and to do so he will have to face the dangers hidden in a giant interstellar amusement park. For more details we recommend reading our Sonic Colors: Ultimate preview.

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Sonic Colors Ultimate Physical Release Delayed In Europe

SEGA has confirmed that the physical version of Sonic Colors Ultimate has been delayed in European territories.

While there’s no new date in sight for those who wish to pick up the game at brick-and-mortar retailers, the digital version of Sonic Colors Ultimate is still on track for a September 7, 2021 release. See below for the full blurb from SEGA on Twitter:

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Due to unforeseen logistical issues, all physical editions of Sonic Colours: Ultimate, which include both the standard and keyring edition; will be delayed across all EMEA markets, excluding Australia and New Zealand.

“This does not impact the digital release across all first party platforms. Sega is committed to customer satisfaction and we apologise for this unfortunate delay.

Sonic Colors Ultimate will be available for PS4, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. The game was originally released back in 2010 for the DS and Wii U, and is one of the better Sonic games to launch over the past 15 years or so.

[Source – Sonic Colors on Twitter]