The pirate game Skull and Bones isn’t out yet, but we’ll see more previews in June.
Ubisoft’s pirate adventure Skull & Bones is already famous for the number of times the game’s release has been delayed. So, it’s no big surprise that the publication has now been pushed further into the future.
There’s no exact release date yet, but as PC Gamer tells us, Ubisoft promised in January that the game would be released early in the 2023-2024 fiscal year. The fiscal year in question began in early April, and there was no word on the game or release date. Now, surprisingly little by little, the sports giant has announced that Skull and Bones will still have to wait a while longer.
“We’re very satisfied with the progress our team is making in the game,” Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot assured at a recent investor conference. “We do a lot of game testing and research with external partners, and the game is making really good progress.”
As of current information, Skull and Bones is still coming in 2023-24, but not in the first quarter yet. This means that the game will not be visible until at least July. Nothing more specific has been revealed regarding a release date, so one can safely guess that the game will be released in the fall at the earliest. Ubisoft’s fiscal year continues through the end of next March.
However, it has been revealed that Skull and Bones will be previewed at the upcoming Ubisoft Forward Game event. The company’s own presentation show will be streamed on June 12.