Ubisoft Has Filed Brand New Trademark For RAYMAN Hinting At Next Entry In Platform Series

Ubisoft Has Filed Brand New Trademark For RAYMAN Hinting At Next Entry In Platform Series

It looks like Ubisoft is slowly getting ready to announce a brand new title featuring Rayman, the main protagonist of the acclaimed platform series created by Game Designer Michel Ancel back in 1995...

By someguy - Feb 13, 2019 04:02 AM EST
Filed Under: Rayman Raving Rabbids
Source: Onscope
Watch Dogs is not the only Ubisoft series that may return soon, as the comany has filed a brand new Rayman trademark. Although the application was filed in November, it has just recently gone public.

Considering that the Raving Rabbids series is part of Rayman's legacy and brand, there's a chance this new "entertainment service" is a sequel to Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, 2017's turn-based tactical role-playing video game developed by Ubisoft Milano for Nintendo Switch. Since launch, the title has managed to sell over two million copies, making it the best-selling third-party game on the Switch.

Of course, the fact that this new trademark is related to Rayman may suggest that the titular hero will finally return on modern platforms. The last major game starring the blonde-haired armless character, 2013's Rayman: Legends, was developed at Ubisoft Montpellier. Given that the team is currently working on Beyond Good & Evil 2, another game created by Michel Ancel, it would be definitely hard for this relatively small developement studio to produce two major video games simultaneously.

Whatever this new Rayman title actually is, we should learn much more about it, and Ubisoft's plans for the year, tomorrow, during the French company's third-quarter earnings call for 2018-2019.


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