Beautiful not-quite Nintendo Wii U exclusive Rayman Legends is set to hop onto the PlayStation 4 in February, publisher Ubisoft has announced. The port was nonchalantly unveiled by head-honcho Yves Guillemot during a drab financial call earlier today, in which he merely mentioned that the platformer is heading to “next-gen” consoles. The company has since confirmed that that includes Sony’s impending super system.

It’s hard to imagine how much prettier this could look on the PS4, with the title already running in 1080p at a blistering 60 frames-per-second on the manufacturer’s current generation machine. Still, if you missed out on it the first time around, then you’ll now have a second opportunity to assume the role of the leading limbless hero. And if you’ve already played it – well, you know that you want to nab those Lums all over again, huh? Oui, oui.

[via eurogamer.net]