Image: Nintendo LifeNintendo Switch owners who bought the Digital Deluxe variation of Sonic Colors Ultimate are supposedly running into all sorts of launch bugs – with some even warning of prospective seizure risks.
Considering that fans got hold of the Switch build earlier today, social networks has actually been flooded with complaints about this particular release. As VGC discusses, gamers have actually highlighted “seriously glitched visuals”, characters falling through surroundings, soft locks and crashes – contrasts have even been drawn to Sonic 06. Filling times are also considerably longer.
I no longer feel safe playing #SonicColorsUltimate. #NintendoSwitch pic.twitter.com/kJV69xS6KP— Trendy Brendy (@TrendanBrendan) September 4, 2021
Possibly most worrying are cautions about seizure-inducing screens – which sounds rather comparable to what we previously saw in Square Enixs Balan Wonderworld. Sega has launched a day-one spot for Ultimate, however its unclear right now if it solves any of the concerns players have actually obviously been encountering in the Nintendo construct.
Its worth keeping in mind how a few of these uploads reveal video of the video game running on emulators and hacked Switch, while other video footage is believed to be recorded directly from the retail release. A few of the original video that appeared was called out:
PSA: The Sonic Colors video revealing the seizure-y footage was recorded on a hacked Switch and Emulator from
Change fans formerly voiced their frustration about the Nintendo version of Sonic Colors Ultimate in July, when it was found the game had actually been restricted to 30 FPS. The full release of this remaster will take location next week on 7th September.
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Considering that fans got hold of the Switch develop earlier this week, social media has actually been flooded with grievances about this specific release. As VGC describes, gamers have actually highlighted “badly glitched visuals”, characters falling through landscapes, soft locks and crashes – contrasts have even been drawn to Sonic 06. An upcoming patch will be launched soon to fix this concern. How have you found Sonic Colors on the Switch so far?
We did not experience any of these graphics problems or bugs during our own time with Sonic Colors Ultimate on Switch.
Eurogamer reveals how Sega initially contacted Blind Squirrel Games to establish the Sonic Colors remaster, and most recently, the designer has actually come under fire for not crediting the free open source Godot engine. It fasted to react – acknowledging its mistake, and promised to correct the issue in an upcoming spot:
We are really sorry about this oversight and are committed to correctly crediting all innovation that we use. Despite the credits being reviewed multiple times, this was in some way missed out on. An upcoming patch will be launched shortly to fix this issue.– Blind Squirrel Games (@Blind_Squirrel_) September 3, 2021