Ubisoft's decision to hold back the Wii U version of Rayman Legends to facilitate a multi-platform launch has caused quite a bit of ill-feeling, but if this latest rumour is to be believed, it could end up costing the French publisher one of its most talented staffers.
French site GameKult has reported that Rayman creator Michel Ancel and a handful of other staff members are considering the idea of leaving Ubisoft once Rayman Legends is finished. The reason appears to be a desire for more creative freedom.
Of course, if this rumour is true, there's nothing to suggest that the delay of Legends is the cause — Ancel might genuinely want to strike out on his own. According to GameKult, Ubisoft has denied the report.
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