Rayman Legends’ delay may have brought the game to additional platforms, but ultimately, fans of Rayman Origins looking for more Rayman goodness are left without their fix, that is, until Ubisoft releases its second demo of the game on the Wii U later this month. But its seven-month delay is being used in the best way possible: by adding more content.
Rayman Legeds’ senior game manager Michael Micholic revealed to Official Nintendo Magazine UK the delay could certainly be seen as a blessing. “Trust me, the things we are adding aren’t minor,” he says. “We’re not talking about adding some polish here and there, but 30 new levels and several new bosses.”
Considering it’s only been two months since the delay was announced, adding that much content into the game is extremely impressive and will certainly make Rayman Legends an even more worthwhile game to pick up when it releases in September. When you also throw in the fact the game will have online features, then we can’t imagine why any fan of side-scrolling platformers wouldn’t Rayman Legends up.