Even Michel Ancel is upset about Rayman Legends’ delay. The Rayman creator has been seen with other dev team staffers in photos protesting Ubisoft’s decision to push back the game.
A banner depicted in snapshots includes the words “Release Rayman. Support Ubisoft Montpelier.” Rayman’s speech bubble says “SVP” – which is “please” in English – and the character himself is crying.
Rayman Legends’ delay on Wii U was announced last week. The game is essentially done, but it won’t be hitting Nintendo’s console until early September so that work on newly announced PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 versions can be completed. Ubisoft wishes to release all three editions of Rayman Legends simultaneously in order to avoid two separate launches.