Rayman Legends is a 2D platform game, and the fifth major game in the Rayman series. It is a direct sequel to Rayman Origins, and it features very similar gameplay as such. It was initially planned to be a release title for the Wii U, but on the 8th October 2012, Ubisoft stated that Rayman Legends had been delayed to the first quarter of 2013. By the end of 2012, Ubisoft had confirmed that the new release dates for the game would be the 26th February 2013 for North America and the 1st March 2013 for Europe, exclusively for the Wii U. However, on the 7th February 2013, Ubisoft revealed that the game was no longer a Wii U exclusive, and that there was a PS3 and Xbox 360 version under development, consequently causing a delay for the second time and pushing the release date to September of 2013. On the 25th April 2013, Ubisoft decided to release the game at the end of August 2013 for Europe and the beginning of September in North America in order to avoid competition from other upcoming high-profile games titles from other companies. A PlayStation Vita version was confirmed by Ubisoft to be released at the same time as the other three versions, but with five exclusive levels, and two exclusive skins, on 28th May 2013. A PC release was also confirmed on 25th July. The game was also released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in February 2014. In 2017, an enhanced port, titled Rayman Legends Definitive Edition, was announced to release on the Nintendo Switch.
A smartphone game based on Legends' art style, Rayman Fiesta Run, was developed by UbiSoft Casablanca and released for iOS and Android devices on 7 November 2013. It is the sequel to the previous title, Rayman Jungle Run, which was based off Rayman Origins. In 2015, another mobile spin-off was released, titled Rayman Adventures.