Anyone that bought Rayman Legends on PS Vita way back in the beginning of September was saddled with the unfortunate surprise of learning that Ubisoft decided to cut the game's Invasion mode from the shipped version due to time restrictions. The publisher's best effort at rectifying the situation was to promise that the 28 levels and leaderboard functionality would be patched in at a later time.
That time has finally arrived. Almost three months after Rayman Legends' release, Ubisoft has made the Invasion mode patch available to download, according to the game's Twitter account. The opimists in the crowd can think of it as free DLC.
Ubisoft's work on this title isn't going to end with the arrival of this update, however. It's been announced that Rayman Legends will make its way to PS4 and Xbox One in February of next year. As gorgeous and fun as this game is, it deserves to be available on as many platforms as possible. You know, now that the whole "Wii U exclusive" thing is a distant memory.
@RaymanGame [Twitter] [Thanks, AyooRyan!]
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