Rayman Origins was widely regarded as one of the best platformers of last year, and in a year with a new Mario game that's no joke. And, it even made Ubisoft a profit. So, it doesn't come as a surprise that Ubisoft appears to be considering a sequel.
Kotaku reports that a survey from marketing firm Arkenford (sent in by an anonymous tipster) indicates a sequel to the game that would keep the first title's co-op gameplay, but add elements like dragons and ghosts.
As always with marketing surveys like this, it's important to keep in mind that this is meant to gauge interest. It's not a guarantee that a sequel will ever materialize. Still, it is nice to have some reason for hope. We've contacted Ubisoft regarding the survey, and will update as more information becomes available.
Steve Watts posted a new article, Rumor: Rayman Origins sequel hinted in marketing survey.
Rayman Origins may be getting a sequel, if a marketing survey is any indication.
As a Nintendo fan, This bit of news has me excited for the possibilities of 2D hi res metroids and Mario's getting this type of HD treatment. Especially given the fact that the sales were seemingly below-average yet a talk of a sequel being in the works.