“Skull and Bones” Delayed for the Fifth Time
It happened again. Another game was delayed until 2023. This is not a common occurrence in the industry. While studios are trying to avoid a crunch, the development process has become longer, but there seems to be an unusually high number of delays over recent weeks. Some analysts believe God of War Ragnarok may have other games competing for the hills. We don’t know if this is true. We know that Skull And Bones is not something you should expect this year.
Ubisoft’s Skull And Bones is now delayed for the fifth time. It will be released on 9 March 2023 on Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, and PC via Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store. Players can subscribe to Ubisoft+ for PC, Stadia and Amazon Luna to access the game immediately.
Skull and Bones have been one of the most prolonged development periods. The original release date for the game was set for 2018, but it was reissued earlier this year with a November 2022 release. The developers have confirmed that they will take this extra time to polish and balance the experience with players’ feedback, which was gathered during our technical tests and Insider Program.
Players had more problems than expected with the test build. Ubisoft also revealed that an Open Beta would be held before the game’s global launch. This will allow players to experience the dangerous world of Skull And Bones. The game’s unique approach to piracy fantasy will be revealed, along with its gritty naval combat and the beautiful 17th-century Indian Ocean.