We first saw the open-world swashbuckling game in 2017, and even played it, but the game in 2017 and even played it, but the game has already had multiple delays and has been ominously absent from big shows like E3 2019.
During an earnings call to investors, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot confirmed that Skull and Bones will not release in 2019 as planned and will be pushed into the next fiscal year, making the earliest release date April 2020.
Skull and Bones just got delayed again, as officially announced during the publisher’s latest earnings call. Ubisoft officially confirmed that the game won’t launch until the 2020 and 2021 fiscal year.
Skull and Bones haven’t been released yet but It’s been officially announced that It’s being adapted for TV, In a report by the Hollywood Reporter, It’s being said that Ubisoft is working with Atlas Entertainment on the project which will be a female-driven drama set in the lawless frontier of the Indian Ocean at the end of the golden age of piracy in the 1700s.
Ubisoft’s online private adventure Skull and Bones is due for release at some point this year, but with next-gen on the horizon, a global pandemic affecting development schedules and no sign of the ship.
You’ll have different ways of sailing too, We see in the demo that you can disguise yourself as ships from different factions, and you can set your sails for speed, rather than combat and the ability to maneuver.
There are loads of ways to customize your ship in Skull and Bones and It seems that different set-ups will be useful for different scenarios. We see the ability to change sails, weapon set-ups, and figureheads in the demo, but expect there to be loads more options in the final game.