The unannounced title was rated G for general, with the organisation pointing to the game's "mild crude humour", reports Nintendo Life.
No release date or platforms were given alongside the listing, but a Nintendo release is likely considering the number of previous titles to have appeared on the format.
The news comes the week after Rayman Legends footage was leaked online.
The sequel to Rayman Origins will be released for the Wii U, and features interaction with toys through Near Field Communication technology, Ubisoft confirmed.
It confirms earlier rumours that a sequel would offer new settings with castles and dragons, and new playable characters including a female Viking.
Watch the leaked video for Rayman Legends below: