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Ubisoft's Skull and Bones likely to come out in November

Ubisoft’s Skull and Bones likely to come out in November

A woman behind the wheel of a large hacker points her thumb to her throat.

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Thanks to some online sleuthing, the release date of Ubisoft’s upcoming pirate game appears to be out. skull and boness, It was leaked online. According to data in the Xbox Store, the game is scheduled to launch next November, which is in line with the information Kotaku Heard about the rocky evolution of the game.

As I first spotted it EurogamerTwitter user Aggiornamenti Lumia looked at the list of Xbox Digital Store for skull and bones yesterday and Found the November 8 release date. Although this date has yet to be officially confirmed by Ubisoft, the store leak appears to be credible as a Twitter user shared the exact dates obtained from retailers before and a November launch date in line with what Kotaku Heard about the online game development path.

aNew source familiar with Troubled game development explain to Kotaku who – which skull and bonesThe release date kept shifting and sliding internally. We are told that a planned closed beta test suite for June has been canceled due to quality concerns regarding the latest version of the online hacker game.

As we were told skull and bones Previously intended to launch earlier this year, the last internal date was sometime in September. But now, the release date has slipped again, apparently, in November.

Kotaku I contacted Ubisoft regarding this alleged release date.

Also found by Aggiornamenti Lumia was Large list of downloadable in-game content and bonus contentWhich is to be expected with the release of any major AAA video game these days.

First announced in 2017 with a 2018 release date, skull and bones Last May until 2022which is the game’s fourth announced delay for the game.

As we reported last yearAnd the skull and bonesThe development has been chaotic, with no clear direction, inflated costs, and tons of attrition. Led by Ubisoft SingaporeThe project began as an expansion of 2013 Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Before it evolved into six other types of games in the near decade since then.

Another thing to note is that right now, we usually see a big Ubisoft showcase event. However, it appears that many of the publisher’s projects are not quite ready for prime time, and the company has instead opted for smaller, custom displays, Like today’s event Focus entirely on the new Mario + Rapids Game, sparks of hope.

Additional reporting by Ethan Gatch.

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