Sonic Colors: Ultimate Meet the Wisps Spotlight Released
Get acquainted with the Wisps of Blind Squirrel Games and SEGA’s Sonic Colors: Ultimate with the latest spotlight for the game.
There are a number of Wisps in Sonic’s interstellar adventure – scope out the full list below:
- White Wisp – Fill your boost gauge and accelerate into super speeds, destroy obstacles and enemies in your path
- Cyan Wisp – Turn Sonic into a powerful cyan laser, move across the stage at lightning speed and zap enemies in your path
- Jade Wisp – Transform Sonic into a Jade ghost, fly around and phase through solid objects to reach hidden areas
- Pink Wisp – Turn Sonic into a pink spike that can roll up walls and ceilings and attack enemies
- Green Wisp – Transform Sonic into a green hover form to reach higher areas and float past treacherous obstacles
- Orange Wisp – Turn Sonic into an orange rocket, blast into the air and reach unparalleled heights
- Blue Wisp – Switch blue rings and blue blocks to open new routes, turn Sonic into a blue cube to stomp down enemies
- Yellow Wisp – Transform Sonic into a yellow drill and dig through the ground or torpedo through the water
- Purple Wisp – Transform Sonic into a hungry purple frenzy and eat anything in your path
Learn more with the trailer below:
Sonic Colors: Ultimate – Wisp Spotlight
The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in a physical and digital edition on September 7, 2021. All those interested can pre-order here.
Source: Press Release
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