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Marketing survey points to Rayman Origins sequel

New info has surfaced regarding a potential sequel to Ubisoft’s Rayman Origins via a leaked survey.

An anonymous Kotaku reader shared images pulled from marketing firm Arkenford’s survey hinting at a new Rayman Origins title.

Ubisoft is reportedly a regular client of the company.

The shots show that the the four-player drop-in/drop-out system of the original will stay the same, but setting-wise the world of the game is quite a bit different with Greek gods, dragons, and ghosts in the mix.

As Ubisoft has yet to respond to the images, this carries a rumour label for the time being. It’s also completely possible that what Arkenford is surveying may never see the light of day. As with anything of this nature, take it with a grain of salt.

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