Rayman Legends next-gen release date set

Rayman's latest hits PS4 and Xbox One late February.

Rayman Legends will launch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 25 in North America and February 28 in Europe, Ubisoft has announced.

The next-gen versions feature “enhanced” graphics and decreased loading time between maps.

On PlayStation 4, the game will include the “Assassin Ray” costume, and players can use the touchpad to scratch “Lucky Tickets.” On Xbox One, the game will include the “Splinter Ray,” “Ray Vaas,” and “Globox Vaas” costumes, as well as 10 exclusive challenges to unlock new time-limited achievements.

In preparation for the upcoming next-gen version, Ubisoft has made available a playable browser demo of Rayman Legends featuring three different levels. The demo can be played with a mouse and keyboard or Xbox 360 controller.

Watch a new trailer below. View some screenshots at the gallery.

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