It will be released for PC, iOS, and Nvidia Tegra-powered devices later in May. The Android version will launch in June. The Windows Phone 7 version will launch in July.
Additionally, Sega’s Ken Balough has revealed that those who own Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I and purchase the upcoming Episode II will unlock “Episode Metal,” which allows consumers to play through Episode I again as Metal Sonic, adding four new levels to the mix.
A new trailer, courtesy of GameSpot, can be seen below.