That’s good news for gamers, because the production values of this game are well above the average mobile release. It may require a relatively new device to function though, so look as specifications.
In more good news, Sega has confirmed to us that the mobile version of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed will stay free indefinitely. European Senior PR Manager Franck Sébastien of Sega’s mobile department commented:
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is now totally free to download and it’s not planned to come back to a Pay-Per-Download configuration.
Come April 29, Sega will also append the game with some new characters, namely Wreck-It Ralph and Metal Sonic. Wreck-It Ralph was already a part of the main release, but this mobile game needs in-app purchases to survive, so it’s hacking off a little of the content.
Moreover, OutRun Bay and Sonic Colors’ Galactic Parade will join the race tracks, while World Tour Chapter and Boss Cup Grand Prix offer new game modes.
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed has some sizable legs that keep it relevant in today’s market, despite being a little older by now. Previously, Sega also finally committed the to a Japanese release.
Strangely enough though, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed won’t release on all formats in Japan.
Seriously, this game is pretty damn entertaining, go grab it now.