Rayman Legends, the latest in Ubisoft’s 2D revitalization of the long running platformer series, released yesterday across all platforms (including the PS Vita).However, Vita players soon noticed that their version was missing something substantial: 28 entire levels. Ubisoft confirmed today that the missing content will in fact becoming to the Vita by way of a free patch.
“Due to a longer development time than expected, we couldn’t initially include the Invasion Mode–essentially, a second take on existing Rayman Legends maps–in the Vita version of the game,” says communications manager Gary Steinman. “However, we can confirm that the Invasion Mode will be added via a free patch, at a later date.”
Rayman Legends is currently available for the PC, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, and Playstation Vita both in North America and Europe. The game is currently set for a September 13th release in the UK.
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