Sonic X Shadow Generations announced for Windows and consoles

Jerry on 2024-02-03
Sega has unveiled Sonic X Shadow Generations, a complete remaster introducing an all-new standalone campaign for Shadow the Hedgehog.

The enhanced and expanded port is planned for release in Autumn of 2024 for Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Series X|S consoles, along with Windows through Steam and the Epic Games Store.

Sega published Sonic Generations for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS, and Windows through Steam in November of 2011. Two-volume soundtrack "Sonic Generations Original Soundtrack: Blue Blur" premiered on January 11th of 2012.

Commemorating the 20th anniversary of the franchise, the plot of Generations centers on Doctor Eggman discovering a means of traveling back in time. Modern Sonic must return to the past and team up with his Classic counterpart in a reimagined Green Hill zone. Classic levels revisit the side-scrolling platforming of the original Sonic the Hedgehog trilogy, while the modern 3D platforming segments more closely resemble those of Sonic Colors.

The two-part digital soundtrack by Jun Senoue is available for streaming on Amazon Music Unlimited, Spotify, and YouTube Music. Other Sonic series composers contributing arrangements to the game score include Richard Jacques, Hideki Naganuma, and Tomoya Ohtani.

From the product page:
Shadow the Hedgehog is back and teaming up with Classic and Modern Sonic in SONIC X SHADOW GENERATIONS, an all-new collection featuring two unique experiences!

Play as Shadow the Hedgehog in a brand-new story campaign featuring never-before-seen powers and abilities. When Shadow’s old nemesis, Black Doom, reemerges and threatens to take over the world, Shadow must journey into his own past, confront painful memories, face familiar foes, and unlock new powers to save the world and prove why he’s known as the Ultimate Life Form!

SONIC X SHADOW GENERATIONS also includes a complete remaster of the classic hit SONIC GENERATIONS, featuring newly remastered versions of iconic 2D and 3D stages with upgraded visuals and bonus content.
PlayStation Blog - Sega reveals Sonic X Shadow Generations