To allay fans’ frustrations, of course.
You have to hand it to Ubisoft: Of all the backlashes it could have received in the past several months, you never would have figured that it would be over the subsequent delay of Rayman Legends for the Wii U. Of course, this came about from the game’s announcement for PS3 and Xbox 360, thus making it multiplatform.
Ubisoft seems to understand the annoyance of fans, and recently posted the following on its Facebook page: “Thanks for all your feedback regarding Rayman Legends in all of its forms. We have heard you and we will continue to listen.
“We understand your frustration and that you want to get your hands on the game. We are working with the development team to provide you with a new, exclusive demo for the Wii U soon. Stay tuned for more.”
It’s great that they understand the fans’ frustrations – but what about the frustrations of their own development team?