Sonic Origins gets a new trailer explaining its different game modes

The game will feature a Story mode that unites four games into one great experience

SEGA released this Friday (17) a new video focused on explain game modes and new features found in Sonic Origins. The collection will gather Sonic The Hedgehog and Its Major Sequels from the 16-Bit Era with visuals remastered and adapted for the current generation of consoles.

As the company explains, the game will have two main modes: Classic and Anniversary. In the first one, players will be able to experience the series’ games in their original format (4:3), with the right to drawings on its side. On Anniversary, The games have been fully adapted to the 16:9 screen format — marking the first time that Sonic 3 & Knuckles is officially available in widescreen.

Another difference is that while Classic mode will keep the system limited lives and continues, the same will not happen in Anniversary. While the content and challenges of the two modes are essentially identical, the more modern option decided eliminate what you consider to be unnecessary frustrations.

Sonic Origins brings story mode and missions

Sonic Origins will also offer a story mode that unites all four available games and brings an adventure that starts in the first Sonic and ends in Sonic 3. For each game, SEGA created never-before-seen opening and closing animationsand in Sonic CD, it will also be possible to have access to the classic videos of the original version.

Another novelty of the collection is the Mission Mode, which brings different challenges to each stage of the game (which yield different rankings depending on how you complete them). In it and in Anniversary mode players will find new collectible coinswhich can be used to gain a new chance in special stages or to unlock game museum contents — which promises plenty of never-before-seen behind-the-scenes material.

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SEGA promises to release more news about the collection soon, which has recently confirmed the fact that it will not keep the original Sonic 3 soundtrack. The game hits stores on June 23 this yearwith versions confirmed for Playstation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox one, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch and PRAÇA (via Steam and Epic Games Store).


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