Rayman Legends Challenges app released on Wii U this week

Ubisoft's free peace-offering for fans arrives.

The Rayman Legends Challenges app will be released for free on the Wii U eShop this Thursday, 25th April, Nintendo has announced.

The app is Ubisoft's peace-offering to fans left stung at the delay of the previously-exclusive high profile platformer.

Rayman Legends will now launch for Wii U in September alongside its new PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, but the game's challenge mode has been excised and launched digitally.

Four levels will be available for 1-5 players and will be altered regularly in daily and weekly challenges. Records are saved on leaderboards and you can race friends' ghosts.

Also on the eShop this week: digital versions of 3DS titles Lego City Undercover (£34.99/€39.99), Bit.Trip Saga (£17.99/€19.99) plus a Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity demo and Mega Man 4 on the 3DS Virtual Console (£4.49/€4.99).

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