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Epic Game Store Catches These Hands With Free Release Of Rayman Legends

Epic Games Store will soon be offering Rayman Legends for free for a limited time on the platform from November 29 until December 6.

The Epic Games Store has become a very formidable service within the digital games marketplace and it will soon be offering Rayman Legends for free for a limited time on the platform.

Rayman Legends will be the free game on the Epic Games Store from November 29 to December 6. Currently, the game on the Epic Games Store will be downloadable for free until November 29.Rayman Legends was originally released in 2013 to very good reviews, garnering a 90 on Metacritic. It was a huge success for the platforming genre, releasing originally on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, the Wii U, and PC. Rayman Legends was later released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.

The Epic Games Store now has an impressive catalog of offerings and is continuing to expand. Detroit: Become Human will be hitting the Epic Games Store, for example, come December 12. Furthermore, recent Kojima Productions release Death Stranding will eventually be coming to the platform and the store's direct competitor, Steam.

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Right now, Bad North is currently available for free on the Epic Games Store. Classified as a strategy and rogue-lite game on the Epic Games Store, Bad North received an overall score of 75 on Metacritic and was noted for its compelling gameplay and engaging real-time strategy. However, it was criticized for its lack of complexity.

As for the state of the Rayman franchise, the latest iteration in the classic series was Rayman Mini on the Apple Arcade. Rayman Mini is similar to other 2D platforming mobile titles, in that the player character automatically runs to the side while the player has the ability to jump and attack with the touchscreen.

In terms of other Rayman-related projects, Ubisoft is currently developing multiple shows based on its video game properties, including Rabbids Invasion, which had been popular in France, as well as an animated Rayman series. Details are sparse on the show, but it seems as if it's trying to follow in the footsteps of other TV show adaptations, such as the Castlevania TV show.

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