Ubisoft has yet again announced that Skull and Bones will be delayed from November 2022 by 4 months.
The game will now launch on March 9th, 2023 on current-generation consoles, Amazon Luna, PC, and Google Stadia.
The blog reads:
“Ahoy there, privateers. Our team is hard at work polishing and balancing the experience ahead of the worldwide launch. As a result, we’ve made the tough decision to move our release date to March 9, 2023. We’re very eager for you all to get your hands on Skull and Bones and dive in headfirst to the dangerous and exciting world of building your own pirate empire. To give you the best possible experience we’ve decided to take a little more time to make sure we can deliver exactly that.”
Sources have said that Skull and Bones playtesting has been extensive these past couple of months, but fundamental problems still plagued the game.
In fact, this week was meant to be when the media got their hands on Skull and Bones during media events to give their impressions and reviews before launch.
Skull and Bones has had a turbulent development during its almost one-decade development timeline, so another 4 months seemingly won’t hurt if you’ve been patiently waiting.
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