SEGA has released the first episode of Sonic Origins Speed Strats, which showcases the exciting gameplay features players can look forward to in Sonic Origins when the remastered multigame collection of original Sonic titles takes place on June 23. , the birthday of Sonic, for PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch™ system family and PC.

You can watch the episode of Sonic Origins Speed Strats here.


Below is a breakdown of the key gameplay features discussed in the first episode:

  • Classic Mode – For a trip back in time, Classic Mode features the original game presentation in 4×3 format with revamped graphics, finite lives, and game overs. Classic mode is available for all four titles and is unlocked from the start.
  • Anniversary Mode – If you’re looking for something new, Anniversary Mode offers a full 16×9 screen and an infinite number of lives to keep the fun going without game overs. It is available for all four titles and will be unlocked from the beginning.
  • Story Mode – Combines all four games into a single adventure. Starts with Sonic the Hedgehog 1 and ends with Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles.
  • Animations / Cutscenes – Sonic Origins includes brand new animated opening and ending sequences for each game that combine all of Sonic’s classic adventures.
  • Boss Rush Mode – Fight Dr. Eggman, Metal Sonic and other challenging enemies in Boss Rush Mode.
  • Mission Mode – Take on different missions in all four games. The better you perform, the higher your rank will be.
  • Mirror Mode – Once unlocked, you can experience classic levels in a whole new way – backwards.
  • Coins – Enjoy new rewards by collecting coins in Anniversary mode or completing missions in Mission Mode. If players fail at a special level in anniversary mode, they can use coins to immediately re-enter the level. Coins can also be used to redeem content in the museum.
  • Museum – The Premium Collection Vault has tons of exciting music, concept art, videos, and never-before-seen content to discover.

Sonic Origins will be released digitally on June 23 for PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch™ family of systems, and PC. More information can be found on http://origins.sonicthehedgehog.com/

SEGA has released the first episode of Sonic Origins Speed Strats, which showcases the exciting gameplay features players can look forward to in Sonic Origins when the remastered multigame collection of original Sonic titles takes place on June 23. , the birthday of Sonic, for PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch™ system family and PC.

You can watch the episode of Sonic Origins Speed Strats here.


Below is a breakdown of the key gameplay features discussed in the first episode:

  • Classic Mode – For a trip back in time, Classic Mode features the original game presentation in 4×3 format with revamped graphics, finite lives, and game overs. Classic mode is available for all four titles and is unlocked from the start.
  • Anniversary Mode – If you’re looking for something new, Anniversary Mode offers a full 16×9 screen and an infinite number of lives to keep the fun going without game overs. It is available for all four titles and will be unlocked from the beginning.
  • Story Mode – Combines all four games into a single adventure. Starts with Sonic the Hedgehog 1 and ends with Sonic the Hedgehog 3 & Knuckles.
  • Animations / Cutscenes – Sonic Origins includes brand new animated opening and ending sequences for each game that combine all of Sonic’s classic adventures.
  • Boss Rush Mode – Fight Dr. Eggman, Metal Sonic and other challenging enemies in Boss Rush Mode.
  • Mission Mode – Take on different missions in all four games. The better you perform, the higher your rank will be.
  • Mirror Mode – Once unlocked, you can experience classic levels in a whole new way – backwards.
  • Coins – Enjoy new rewards by collecting coins in Anniversary mode or completing missions in Mission Mode. If players fail at a special level in anniversary mode, they can use coins to immediately re-enter the level. Coins can also be used to redeem content in the museum.
  • Museum – The Premium Collection Vault has tons of exciting music, concept art, videos, and never-before-seen content to discover.

Sonic Origins will be released digitally on June 23 for PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch™ family of systems, and PC. More information can be found on http://origins.sonicthehedgehog.com/

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