Ubisoft, after confirming that Rayman Legends will no longer be an exclusive game for the Nintendo Wii U, as it's also going to appear on the PS3 and Xbox 360 in September, has now revealed that a special demo will be released for the Wii U soon.
Rayman Legends was supposed to be one of the biggest third-party games set to appear alongside the Wii U last year in November. Ubisoft has since pushed it back into spring and, at the beginning of the year, it delayed it once more, this time saying that the title will appear in September.
Last week, however, the studio revealed that Rayman Legends will also appear on the PS3 and Xbox 360 in September, not just the Wii U, making a lot of Nintendo fans quite upset.
In order to ease their worries, Ubisoft has now posted on its Facebook page an announcement saying that a special demo will be released exclusively for the Wii U, which should be different than the trial that's already available on the platform.
As of yet, it's unclear what the demo will include and when it's going to appear.