After 11 years, SonicColors finds a new home on updated hardware with Sonic Colors: Ultimate. In this video, we compare the 2010 Wii release side by side to the updated PS4 version (Played on PS5) to see what's changed. Sonic Colors: Ultimate comes to PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch on September 7th or September 3rd with the purchase of the digital deluxe edition.
Originally released in 2010, SonicColors for the Nintendo Wii quickly grew to be a highlight of the modern series. Despite being a Wii exclusive without high definition support, SonicColors became a fan favorite for it's bright and colorful environments and creative theme park worlds.
Unfortunately, without owning an original copy for the Wii, there has since been no other way to play the critically acclaimed title. That all changed in 2021 with the announcement of Sonic Colors: Ultimate— a remastered port to celebrating the series' 30th anniversary.
This side-by-side comparison puts the original Wii release up against the updated PS4 version. The remaster includes a higher resolution, framerate and a re-recorded soundtrack based on the original. Other updates include the addition of the Jade Ghost wisp (previously only seen in Sonic Team Racing) and unlockable cosmetic items. Sonic Colors: Ultimate comes to PS4, Xbox One, PC and Switch on September 7th or September 3rd with the purchase of the digital deluxe edition.