After a bunch of delays, new information now points to Ubisoft’s pirate game Skull and Bones finally launching in mid-February next year.
Skull and Bones has seen six delays since it was first revealed. The development of the game started in 2013 and the game was first revealed in 2017. Since then, however, it has been plagued by delay after delay. However, it has recently been confirmed that the game will launch sometime in the first quarter of 2024 and now the exact launch date is said to have been leaked.
The information comes from the website insider-gaming.com which claims that Ubisoft has now set February 16, 2024 as the definitive launch date. Ubisoft themselves have not confirmed the date yet, but speculation suggests that the developer may make it official during this year’s edition of The Game Awards.
The game, which will be launched on PC, Xbox Series X/S and Playstation 5, also appears to have had its price tag lowered a bit. The game, which was previously planned to carry a price tag of around 750 Swedish kroner, is now available for pre-order via the Ubisoft Store for 650 kroner. Whether this will attract customers after the very negative criticism the game received after playtesting remains to be seen. After six delays, we can at least hope that Ubisoft has managed to polish its pirate game to a level that reflects the long wait.
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