Sega has said it’s assessing player reports of glitches in Sonic Colours Ultimate for an upcoming patch for the Nintendo Switch version of the game.
Though not officially set to launch until tomorrow, those with early access to the game via its Digital Deluxe Edition have reported several graphical bugs and glitches on Nintendo’s handheld. One such outlet—GameXplain—even put together a compilation of the worst glitches it encountered during its time with the game over the weekend.
Katie Chrzanowski—social media manager for the Sonic brand—responded to some of these complaints via Twitter. She said “Hey everyone! Appreciate all your feedback on Sonic Colors: Ultimate, and the teams are listening and assessing for an upcoming patch. Thank you all for your patience as we dig into this!”
Those having legitimate issues with the game are advised to flag them up via the Sega support website over here. Currently, only the Nintendo Switch version of Sonic Colours Ultimate is believed to be affected at this time.
Sonic Colours Ultimate is a remastered version of Sonic Colours, which originally launched back on the Wii in 2010. It’ll be followed by an all-new as-yet untitled Sonic game, expected to launch for previous and current gen consoles in 2022.
Hey everyone! Appreciate all your feedback on Sonic Colors: Ultimate, and the teams are listening and assessing for an upcoming patch. Thank you all for your patience as we dig into this!
— Katie – MiniKitty (@KatieChrz) September 5, 2021