Nintendo Switch continues to expand in titles at Ubisoft recently confirmed the arrival of "Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition" in the platform. According to Ubi, the Definitive Edition aims to take advantage on all of the Switch's capability in hosting the game. This is primarily tested by allowing four players to simultaneously over a wireless and local multiplayer connection. Interestingly, this new edition of Rayman Legends also challenges the platform of its ability to use the platform undocked using the touchscreen to perform several moves.

The announcement follows through Ubisoft's previous E3 announcement that they will be bringing more games to the Nintendo Switch. According to Twinfinite, fans will be able to experience the "Definitive Edition" through an upcoming demo before its fall release date. Currently available on the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and Wii U, the Rayman Legends Switch edition has an all new trailer that you can view now.

Definitive Edition demo canceled

Players will be happy to experience the game on the Nintendo Switch as more options are available that are not on the conventional gaming consoles. For example, the touchscreen feature can be used to cut ropes, move platforms and take out enemies when needed.

According to the Eurogamer, the demo of the "Rayman Legends: Definite Edition" came up, but was immediately pulled out. Despite its removal, fans were assured that there is going to be a demo game.

Unfortunately, Ubisoft has not retracted the demo and has not given a specific date for its return. Eurogamer, on the other hand, believes it will arrive before its release in September.

As for the game coming to the Switch, Gamespot reported that in February this year, Rayman Legends creator Michel Ancel said, "Rayman Legends is like a board game. It means playing with your friends in the same room, and this console is perfect for that. It's the concept o the console we've been waiting for a long time: An HD console, powerful, portable."

Price, release date, and other details

The game originally launched in 2013 on the PS3, Xbox 360, PC, and Wii U.

Soon after, it was ported to the next gen consoles mainly the Xbox One, PS4, and PS Vita. The Definitive Edition, on the other hand, will arrive on September 22 with a price tag $40. The game is said to be the fifth main title in the Rayman series and is the sequel to 2011's Rayman Origins.