Ubisoft knows they made a big mistake by delaying Rayman Legends until September and making it multi-platform. That hasn’t stopped them from doing it, but at least now they’re offering Wii U owners a laurel of peace hoping to smooth them over. Not only is Ubisoft one of the best third-party partners for the Wii U right now, but they’re currently expanding Rayman Legends to make it even beefier.
A grand total of 30 new levels and several new boss fights will be included in the game, which makes the time spend delayed well worth it in my opinion. Ubisoft Montpelier are using the delay time to make sure Wii U owners are very happy with their purchase, so despite being rather miffed that the game was delayed in the first place, I think it’s safe to say that it might perhaps be a good thing.
Thanks for the tip, Leo!
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