looks like Sega May re-make 2010 Wii and DS games, Timbre, Will be released on PS4, Xbox One and Switch.
According to the German dubbing studio iksample, the Sonic Colors Remastered project is underway in the second half of 2020-although the webpage that originally leaked the information has since been deleted (thanks to Gematsu).
It seems that this is not enough to prove that Sega is behind the scenes of Sonic Colors related things, and then we saw French retailer SoGamely listed Sonic Colors Ultimate-PS4, Xbox One and Switch limited edition. There is no specific information about when you can see the game release, only the vague “2021” window can display the unannounced game title. However, it does list the price: $35/$42.
The tweet embedded below shows a screenshot of the site before the list was deleted (thanks to GamesRadar).
At the time of writing, Sega has no official news, but the publisher has announced that it will launch a new “Sonic the Hedgehog” game in 2021. Whether this re-production counts as a “new game” remains to be seen.
Sega has reasons to share various latest news about the Sonic project to promote the 30th anniversary of the mascot-so in the next few months, we look forward to more news about the next mainline game Sonic the Hedgehog 2 movie. In this series, it may even be a sequel to “Sonic Madness” (if we are lucky!)
-•Glue | Kupo (@Kutairo_) April 8, 2021
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