Rayman Legends Going Next-Gen in February

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

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Rayman Legends

Rayman Legends will be making an appearance on next gen consoles. Yves Guillemot, CEO of Ubisoft, revealed as much during an earnings call to investors earlier today. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will release sometime in February 2014.

He goes on to say that Legends has sold about 1 million units across all the SKUs. He’s optimistic that sales for the series will rise as a result of the increase demand for games created by the arrival of the PS4 and Xbox One.

In a statement, Guillemot said “The PS4 and Xbox One will be released in a few days’ time and will be a new driving force for the industry. We are confident in our capacity to rise to the short-term challenges posed by the transition phase, thanks to the very high quality of our games, which, combined with the upcoming arrival of the next-generation consoles and the traditional ramp-up of sales during the Christmas season will trigger positive momentum towards the end of the year.”

Rayman Legends came out a couple of months ago for Xbox 360, PS3, PS Vita, Wii U and PC. Check out our review of the Wii U version of the game.


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