The physical version of the game will feature a Baby Sonic keychain from the Sonic movie, as well as a Digital Deluxe version that allows players early access, exclusive music, exclusive player icons, gold and silver werables and a ‘Sonic Movie boost.’
Nintendo posted a YouTube video revealing the news:
The news came via Sega’s Sonic Central presentation, which also hinted at a next-gen Sonic game and new retro compilation called Sonic Origins, containing various Sonics.
Sonic Colours originally launched for Wii and DS in 2010. The two versions had entirely different gameplay, as Wii was developed by Sonic Team.
Sega previously promised to celebrate Sonic’s 30th anniversary this year with the release of new games.