Normally gaming leaks should be taken with a pinch of salt, but now and again the rumours stack up until they must be the truth – however, there are plenty of times where the truth itself is even more ridiculous. On that note, fans have uncovered the existence of Team Sonic Racing: 30th Anniversary Edition.
Team Sonic Racing is the latest SEGA kart racing game that released in 2019, and while it’s a pretty fun Mario Kart-style racer for PC, most fans agree that Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing: Transformed is the superior game – it had a character based on Company of Heroes 2, for starters, and is definitely in need of a re-release.
Which is part of the reason why the idea of a special edition re-release of Team Sonic Racing is so weird. As leaked by French store Sogamely (via TailsChannel), Team Sonic Racing: 30th Anniversary will reportedly be out on October 27 and currently only has pages and box art to Switch and PS4 versions of the game – but we assume it’ll be released on all platforms, including PC.
While the leak seems undeniable, if true, there are numerous oddities to this reveal. Team Sonic Racing doesn’t need a re-release. There was no DLC released so it can’t be a collection, and it can’t be a next-gen re-release as the only two platforms leaked are Switch and PS4 – which the game is already available on. It’s possible SEGA is planning on adding extra content, but there are far worthier Sonic games in need of more DLC.
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While this is still only a rumour given SEGA hasn’t officially announced it yet, given that Sogamely isn’t the only retail site to leak the game – both GreatGames and ReplayMultimedia list it – and the weird addition of a free artbook, this rumour seems a strong one. Even if we’re not sure who this 30th Anniversary Edition is for.
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