After a little leak sprung about Ubisoft's upcoming projects (see below), they've decided to come clean and fill us in. If you haven't gotten enough of Rayman Legends (we haven't), this fall you can get the follow-up to last years awesome iOS game Rayman: Jungle Run on iOS, Android, and Windows 8 platforms this fall.
Rayman Fiesta Run isn't just more of the same as new abilities come into the mix. Swimming, shrinking, and Rayman's signature super-punch will all be available in the game's 75 levels and 4 worlds. If you haven't played a Rayman game before, you are obviously clinically insane so here's a clip to show you what the fuss is about.
Also announced for mobile is the new Rabbids Big Bang; a new physics controlled game featuring those creepy little rabbits. As reported by IGN, Rabbids takes place in space and players use "one-touch gameplay" to pilot while controlling "its trajectory by using your jetpack's boost and planets' gravity." With 150 levels in 10 worlds, mobile gamers looking to play more physics-based games are in luck come October.
Finally, Ubisoft announced a new Assassin's Creed mobile game this fall called Assassin's Creed Pirates. Apparently, Ubisoft isn't as worried about "Creed Fatigue" like us. Pirates brings the naval battle sequences unto the mobile platform as the primary focus packed with treasures, upgrades, and a standalone story set in the same universe as the series, but apart from their upcoming Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag which launches October 29th in North America on current-gen consoles and November 15th/22nd for PS4 and XBOX One respectively.