Skull and Bones may finally be re-reveal in early July. According to Tom Henderson, following various issues with the game development, Ubisoft intends to present gameplay and announce a release date next month. Allegedly, the pirate open-world game is still being worked on, despite several problems and the fact that we haven’t seen anything from the game for quite a while. In addition to the naval open-world game, Tom Henderson expects more game revelations in the industry in the coming weeks.
Ubisoft Will Re-Reveal Skull and Bones Next Month
Skull & Bones’ leaked four-minute tutorial online showed that the game would likely enter closed beta in April; however, there was no such thing as a closed beta. Insider Tom Henderson recently informed us via the Try Hard Guides that the title will be re-reveal in July, specifically in the week beginning July 4th. During the launch, we could expect confirmation of the release date, which will be between October 2022 and March 2023, a demo, and perhaps further details.
Sources have said that Ubisoft is preparing to re-reveal Skull and Bones during the week of July 4th. Details on what will be revealed are vague, but it’s understood that Ubisoft will finally confirm a release date for the long-awaited title, officially reveal gameplay, and share some other additional details.
Skull and Bones, released during E3 2017, was initially scheduled to be released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC sometime the following year. However, it has now been subject to two formal delays, the first in 2018 and the second in 2019. Then last summer, we learned that the navy open-world game will be released in the 2022-2023 fiscal year. Nevertheless, Ubisoft has yet to confirm this launch.
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