Sonic Origins Patch Fixes Tails' Annoying Jumping In Sonic 2, Various Other Bugs

When Sonic Origins arrived on consoles and PC in June, it delivered a four-pack of traditional Sonic the Hedgehog video games from the ’90s. While the bundle was praised for bringing Sonic 1, Sonic 2, Sonic 3 & Knuckles, and Sonic CD to trendy platforms with numerous gameplay enhancements and different additions, it was additionally closely criticized. Various bugs, mislabeled titles within the in-game museum, and total stability (notably with the PC model) annoyed the participant base as they waited for Sega to repair the issues. This week, Sega launched that long-awaited patch, addressing these issues and extra, hopefully stabilizing the compilation and making the general expertise extra fulfilling.

The two greatest gadgets this patch addresses embody fixing points with the sport crashing and one of the crucial annoying bugs of the 12 months: Tails falling behind in Sonic 2 and consistently leaping as an alternative of respawning on the participant – we will lastly flip off mute when enjoying Sonic 2. The patch additionally contains fixes for sound bugs, menu and controller points, museum mislabels, and data-saving points. Unfortunately, the substitute music in Ice Cap, Carnival Night, and Launch Base stay in place. 

The patch is obtainable to obtain now for all platforms. Sonic Origins arrived on PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and PC on June 23. For extra on the speedy number of video games, take a look at our assessment right here.

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