Sonic Origins already has a launch date

Sonic Origins - Official Trailer
A couple of days ago the classification and logo of _ Sonic Origins _ was filtered, indicating that more information about this collection could happen at any time. Well, that moment has arrived. By means of a trailer, SEGA has confirmed the release date for this title, as well as additional details.

To begin, the sonic origins collection, which offers us sonic the hedgehog, sonic the hedgehog 2, sonic the hedgehog 3 and sonic & knuckles, will be available on ps4, ps5, xbox one, xbox series X | S, Nintendo Switch and PC on June 23, 2022.

Sonic Origins will offer us both the classic versions of the Genesis Titles, as well as their respective remasters. Together with this, it will be possible to play with Sonic, Tails and Knuckles in all titles. This is not all, since, apparently in the trailer, you also include the eliminated levels of sonic the hedgehog 2.

Next to this, The collection also includes a Boss Rush, a musical selection that you can listen at any time , missions with specific challenges, a couple of aesthetic personalization options, new animations for important segments in each game, and more. Similarly, the pre-order of the game is now available on various digital platforms and, depending on your choice, you will have access to some special content, such as a mirror mode, additional music, unique animations, difficult missions and more.

At the moment it is unknown if this content will be exclusive to pre-orders, or it can eventually be accessed with progress in these adventures. _ Sonic Origins_ will arrive at the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch and PC next June 23, 2022. On related topics, sonic the hedgehog 2 is positioned to be the movie of videogames more Successful in history. Similarly, Sonic will have a new Xbox control.

Editor’s note:

At first instance, everything looks good. The option of including classical and remastered versions, as well as playing with Knuckles in Sonic 1, are details that are appreciated. However, blocking content in pre-orders is something I thought was already in the past. Similarly, at the moment there is no trace of a gallery.