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Sega continues to update Sonic Colours: Ultimate, patch 2.6 out now


Sega continues to update Sonic Colours: Ultimate with patch 2.6.

Sonic Colours: Ultimate’s road to recovery continues – this time there’s a new patch that makes a number of key improvements to the game.

Patch 2.6 is live now for the remaster across all platforms, although there are some platform-specific fixes.

Here are the patch notes:

  • Improved stability on all platforms.
  • Updates to the save-game system.
  • Audio mix improvements.
  • Music now loops in credits.
  • Update to “Giving Credit Where Credit’s Due” trophy/achievement description.
  • Switch-specific update: Eggman fireworks now appear at end of Terminal Velocity.
  • PC-specific update: Fix for issue where Yellow Drill Wisp could not damage Captain Jelly.
  • Various bug fixes.

Sonic Colours: Ultimate launched in September in a pretty poor state, with headlines concentrated around graphics glitches and bugs – particularly with the Switch version. Digital Foundry did its thing on Sonic Colours: Ultimate in the video below:

Sonic Colours is a game well worth remastering, but how does the game play out across the spectrum of available consoles? And what of the quality of the remastering work?





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