Sonic Origins Plus is due out just in time for Sonic’s 32nd anniversary and developer Headcannon, a software development and publishing business founded and run by Simon Thomley, is confirmed to be working on the updated release. Headcannon famously worked with Christian Whitehead on Sonic Mania, and Headcannon worked alongside SEGA on Sonic Origins last year. However, upon the game’s release Headcannon was not shy in criticizing some of the game’s bugs and performance issues.
Thankfully, Headcannon confirmed today that not only is the small team behind the addition of Amy Rose in all titles and Knuckles in Sonic CD, but also they “were also able to supply a few additional updates and enhancements to help make the title the best it can be” and added, “we appreciate [SEGA’s] openness to our feedback and suggestions.”
This is great news, as SEGA seems to respect Headcannon’s criticisms and took them to heart rather than showing the team the door for making public statements that (rightfully) criticized the game.
We can’t wait to check out the enhanced release, and will be sure to share more news as we hear it!Ad:
One response to “Sonic Mania and Origins developer Headcannon confirmed to be working on Origins Plus, promises “updates and enhancements””
Yeah but the OST for Sonic 3, though? Sigh.
On the PC version, I hope there is a way to mod the Sonic 3 OST back in the game via Sonic Origins even though the compilation on Steam uses that stupid and annoying DRM called, Denuvo. Sega really needs to stop implementing that for their games on Steam but no, they will never listen. Nothing people like me suggests will ever change their minds, at all.