Ubisoft has announced that Rayman Legends is available for free right now on UPLAY. From today and until April 3rd, PC gamers can visit the game’s UPLAY store page and acquire their free copy. This is a free to own offer, meaning that you’ll be able to keep this game forever.
In Rayman Legends, up to four players can simultaneously make their way through various levels. Players can collect Lums by touching them, defeat enemies, or free captured Teensies. Collecting Teensies unlocks new worlds, which can be played in any order once they are available. Along with Rayman, Globox, and the Teensies returning as playable characters, players can now control new female character Barbara and her sisters, once they are rescued from certain stages.
Below you can also find the game’s key features:
3D BOSS BATTLES
The bosses have a big advantage over Rayman’s gang… an extra dimension! Dragons and other epic creatures can attack from all angles, so you’ll have to be on top of your game to defeat them.
Connect with your friends through a variety of challenges that will test your skill and speed. Check the leaderboards to see where you rank around the world.
Jump to the beat of a drum, punch to the bass line, even zip-line during a guitar sustain. Timing and rhythm are the key to beat these maps set to music. See if you have what it takes to be a Platforming Hero.
UBIART ENGINE ADVANCEMENTS
The UbiArt engine has expanded its abilities to now include 3D gameplay elements, a new lighting design, and a new rendering system which take Rayman’s award-winning graphics to the next level.
THE AWARD-WINNING TEAM IS BACK
The legendary team of decorated artists, designers and composers are teaming up again to create new worlds, new characters and a new soundtrack.
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