As it turns out, the Vita version of Rayman Legends is currently missing 28 levels, the so-called invasion levels. This mode will take the player through the stages in a different manner. Due to time constraints, these were initially not included in the Vita version, but Ubisoft’s communications manager Gary Steinman has posted the following comment on an entry on the Ubisoft blog:

Due to a longer development time than expected, we couldn’t initially include the Invasion Mode – essentially, a second take on existing Rayman Legends maps — in the Vita version of the game. However, we can confirm that the Invasion Mode will be added via a free patch, at a later date. With more than 100 levels, online Coop and challenges, Kung-Foot mini-game, 5 exclusive touch challenges developed specifically for the Vita and 2 exclusive costumes, Rayman Legends already includes a lot for customers to love, and features the same outstanding graphics and gameplay design as the home console versions.

Rayman Origins was an amazing game and still stands as one of my favourite Vita games. I’m glad we Vita gamers will receive all the content Rayman Legends has to offer.

Rayman Legends is currently out in the US and will release on September 12 in Europe.

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  • Rod

    Fantastic news. After the exemplary quality of the Rayman Origins Vita port, I had faith that Ubisoft wouldn’t deprive Vita owners.

  • Jonathan Harding-Rathbone

    Let’s hope if there were any trophies attached to the invasion levels that they are included.

  • Lester Paredes

    Victory! although, I don’t know if this had escalated to the definition of a fight yet. I do know I was upset about the news. So much so that I wasn’t going to buy it unless i found it for incredibly cheap and/or used. Now, I’ll be buying it brand spanking new to give Ubi my hard earned cash. Rayman Origins was amazing, and it took me forever to platinum it. I can’t imagine how long it will take for the sequel…

  • Buckybuckster

    It’s fortunate that we live in the age of WiFi. If something like this had occurred 20 or so years ago, you would have been screwed!

    Would have been a massive recall or they would have released the missing levels as the “sequel” and you would have been charged full price. Even worse, nothing would be done and a sorry life sucks for you apology from the publisher would be your only consolation.

    Broadband for the win baby!