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Don't Worry, That Missing Rayman Legends Content Is Totally Coming to Vita

Posted by Sammy Barker

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You may have spent the past 24 hours crying into your cranberry juice over the missing levels in the PlayStation Vita version of Rayman Legends, but publisher Ubisoft has emerged with a big box of tissues and news that will put the sunshine back in your day. Writing on the company’s official blog, communications manager Gary Steinmann confirmed that the omitted content will be added in the near future, as part 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,” he explained. “However, we can confirm that the Invasion Mode will be added via a free patch, at a later date.”

That means that you can purchase the portable version of the exceptional platformer safe in the knowledge that, like Aerosmith, you categorically won’t miss out on a thing. In fact, as the French organisation is eager to point out, the handheld instalment of Michel Ancel’s colourful adventure actually includes more glorious gubbins than its console counterparts, with five exclusive levels and two bonus costumes making it the ideal antidote to your content hungry cravings.

[via blog.ubi.com, uk.ign.com]

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User Comments (12)

Epic

#1

Epic said:

EA would've charged for this, thanks Ubisoft for being the nice guy.

divinelite

#3

divinelite said:

Great news, hope those who angry with it finally buy this, not just angry like a kid and still not buying

RaymanFan2

#4

RaymanFan2 said:

Cool, I'll definitely have a look at the bonus rear-touch levels on the Youtubes. For the foreseeable future, though, the Wii U version is plenty Rayman for me.

Sanquine

#5

Sanquine said:

I will double dip then. Got it for Wii U but i loved the vita version of origins

get2sammybAdmin

#8

get2sammyb said:

Yeah, it's an unfortunate situation, but kudos to Ubisoft for doing right by its fans (and the platform).

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