Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition will be released for the Nintendo Switch on Sept. 12th, IGN reports based on a Nintendo eShop leak.
Announced for the console back in January, the definitive edition of the 2D platformer showed up in the Switch's European eShop's "Coming Soon" area earlier today with a Sept. 12th release date, IGN reports. As of writing, the date has changed back to say just, 2017.
The outlet also reports a demo was briefly made available, but has since been removed. Both the demo and mention of the game's release date have not shown up in the American of the game's release date have not shown up in the American eShop. Furthermore, Nintendo has made no public comment acknowledging the release date or demo. Meaning, this could be an accidental internal leak.
We've reached out to Nintendo for clarification and will update the story should we hear more.
Rayman Legends was originally released exclusively for Nintendo's Wii U console back in August 2013 to critical acclaim. It has since been released on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. The new Switch edition will feature new multiplayer content.