Ubisoft Reveals Skull and Bones and Drops Last-Gen Versions
It has been less than a year since it reported that Ubisoft Singapore’s workplace culture was causing it to go through development hell. Skull and Bones have now been more or less introduced to the world via a new trailer. It also has a release date.
This gameplay trailer gives you a tour of the extensive Ubisoft-ass loop. This includes hunting, crafting, and town management. You can also customize your character and search for treasure. Many online elements allow you to do this with friends. It’s a lot. The trailer is here:
Skull and Bones have a new release date. The pirate simulator will be available on PC, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation 5. For streaming sickos Luna and Stadia, it will also launch on November 8. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions are not being released. This is not surprising, considering that last-gen consoles were in the plans when the game was first announced in 2017. A lot has happened since then. It was also a wise decision to cut off the older consoles due to the game’s reportedly poor state of development.