Rayman Legends’ delay may have been a big blow to many of us who were looking forward to playing it in February but the extra development time will result in a longer, meatier game according to those in the know.
Senior Game Manager Michael Micholic recently told the Official Nintendo Magazine that the game’s extended gestation period is being used to create additional content including new levels and boss battles:
“Trust me, the things we are adding aren’t minor. We’re not talking about adding some polish here and there, but 30 new levels and several new bosses.”
30 additional levels is certainly nothing to sneeze at if they’re as gloriously detailed and engaging as the ones seen in Rayman Origins.
Rayman Legends will be released on Wii U, PS3 and Xbox 360 in “early” September. Head over here for El33tonline’s previous coverage of this promising-looking platformer.