Recently, Rayman Legends was hit with a publisher’s delay of six months and this infuriated the development team that worked hard getting this game ready to play. Eurogamer has obtained a series of photos depicting Ancel and other developers protesting the game’s recent delay and loss of Wii U exclusivity.
Development on Rayman Legends for Wii U was finished, but the game was pushed to September so it could ship simultaneously for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii U.
According to reports from Ubisoft, the company was responding to the fans response that they wanted to play the game on other consoles. “We decided to give the fans what they wanted while at the same time broadening the audience exposed to this innovative and memorable game,” Geoffroy Sardin, Ubisoft Chief Marketing and Sales Officer commented. Analysts believe that this is a move that shows Ubisoft’s dissatisfaction with the WiiU’s software performance.