Sega is remastering Sonic Colors, the beloved Sonic the Hedgehog recreation initially launched in 2010 for Nintendo DS and Wii, for fashionable platforms. A remastered model of that recreation is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One on Sept. 7, below the title Sonic Colors: Ultimate.

Sonic Colors: Ultimate will embrace upscaled visuals, a brand new recreation mode, refined controls, and different upgrades, Sega announced throughout a presentation Thursday referred to as Sonic Central. The recreation might be playable on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X via backward compatibility.

Blind Squirrel Games is creating the remaster. The studio’s earlier work consists of BioShock: The Collection and Mass Effect Legendary Edition.

Like the unique Sonic Colors, the Ultimate re-release sees Sonic the Hedgehog visiting an interstellar amusement park constructed by Dr. Eggman (aka Robotnik). Eggman’s pleasant amusement park has a sinister energy supply; the dangerous physician has captured an alien race referred to as Wisps to gas his park, and it’s as much as Sonic to free them. The color-coded Wisps every have their very own particular powers, which they’ll imbue on Sonic. Using the Wisps’ skills, Sonic can remodel right into a fireball, a drill, a hovercraft, a wall-climbing spiked ball, and extra as he navigates a colourful 3D world.

Sonic Colors: Ultimate prices $39.99 bodily and digitally. A $44.99 Digital Deluxe version will embrace bonus beauty gadgets, additional recreation music remixes, and an earlier launch date: Sept. 3.

Sega additionally plans to launch a two-part animated collection referred to as Sonic Colors: Rise of the Wisps, which is able to see the return of Sonic voice actor Roger Craig Smith.