Skull and Bones Articles
After resurfacing a couple of months ago and setting a November release date, Ubisoft has once again delayed pirate MMO Skull and Bones. The game has been moved to March 2023.
Ubisoft debuts two new trailers for Skull and Bones, including an action-packed gameplay trailer and one setting up the context of the world and story.
A recent devblog from the Skull and Bones team introduces outposts, settlements, and forts, what to expect from these locations, and how to potentially plunder them.
Ubisoft has a new video showcasing the PC options for Skull and Bones, as well as a blog detailing all of the many customization options you'll have when setting sail on your pirate adventure this November.
The latest Skull and Bones devblog will get you prepared to set sail with an overview of combat provisioning, including food, ammo, outposts, ship repair options, and even crew morale.
According to a recent report, it looks like the oft-maligned and delayed pirate title from Ubisoft, Skull and Bones, might actually see some gameplay officially shown off next month.
In new leaked footage of Ubisoft's long-maligned pirating sim, Skull & Bones, players eagerly awaiting anything on this game were treated to some combat, exploration and more. Additionally, Kotaku is reporting that, according to sources, we could be seeing the game ship as early as Fall 2022.
The often delayed Skull and Bones is showing some signs of life, as late last week the development team put the call out to those interested in helping test the upcoming pirate sandbox. Labeled as an Insider Program, Ubisoft is seeking players to help private test the upcoming game as it inches closer to its now-targeted 2023 release.
It looks like Skull & Bones, the upcoming pirate game from Ubisoft, has been delayed yet again. In a recent earnings report, Ubisoft updated the timing for Skull & Bones, this time slating to release in the next fiscal year, which starts on April 1st, 2022.
For a game that was supposed to be released prior to the end of 2018, it sure seems that Skull & Bones is taking a long time in development. It's so delayed, in fact, that Ubisoft announced that it will not be seen until "financial year 2019/2020" which means April 2020 at the earliest. In addition, Ubisoft also announced that the game will be skipping this year's E3. These announcements were made during the Q&A session in Ubisoft's investor call earlier today.
Ubisoft is betting big on its pirate-themed MMO, Skull & Bones. The company has announced its partnership with Atlas Entertainment to bring out a series ahead of the release of the game itself. "Ubisoft is known for creating innovative video games that combine immense worlds with rich narratives," says Danielle Kreinik, the executive co-producer along with Jason Altman.