Last month, the publisher said in an earnings report it was delaying "Skull & Bones" to "offer players an even more engaging experience." The game now has a 2019-2020 release window.
Ubisoft showed off more of its upcoming pirate game "Skull & Bones" at its E3 2018 press conference.
"You're gonna steal every last fucking coin [in this game]," he promised.
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Fortunes can reveal changes in factions, weather, and trade routes. Favorable winds mean more targets to plunder, for example, but it also means more competition from other scallywags. The essence of "Skull & Bones" is a shared world where every player matters, said Ubisoft Singapore creative director Justin Farren. It's reactive and evolving.
"Skull & Bones" looks like Ubisoft took the most fun part of "Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag" and ran with it, and I am totally here for that.