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New Rayman Game Announced For Your Table

Everybody loves Rayman.


It has been more than a decade since Rayman last headlined a game, but at long last, Ubisoft's limbless hero is making a comeback. Only he's not headed to PC or console, but will instead be landing on current and last-gen tables in a new board game from Flyos.

Rayman the Board Game
Rayman the Board Game

Designed by Maxime Tardif, the same person behind acclaimed board game Earth, Rayman: The Board Game can be played by two to five players, and is suitable for anyone within an oddly-specific 70-year age demographic. It's currently scheduled to arrive in Q3 2024.

Beyond that, additional details on the board game are about as plentiful as Rayman's catalog of solo games in the 2020s. The box art does feature Rayman and several of his allies, and two of the game pieces shown off include the titular hero himself alongside Globox, the big blue brawler from previous Rayman games.

While Rayman hasn't been the star of any games in a long time, he did make an appearance in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope as a DLC character back in August 2023. In other Ubisoft news, the company has announced a new showcase event in June during Summer Games Fest--otherwise known as Not-E3-season.

The Ubisoft Forward livestream will be broadcast on June 10, live from Los Angeles, and will provide updates on upcoming releases. Star Wars Outlaws will likely be featured, as the game is scheduled to launch in August.

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