The Ubisoft Forward event has revealed the release date and latest gameplay details for the online pirate game Skull and Bones.
Ubisoft previously stated in a financial report that it intends to release Skull and Bones, Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, and Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora before March 2023. It looks like things are headed in the right direction. for that specified time. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is currently the only title on the list that doesn’t have an official release date, although it’s rumored to still be out before the end of the year.
Ubisoft previously showed off some gameplay footage and the release date of Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope, and in today’s Ubisoft Forward showcase the company did the same with Skull and Bones. The presentation confirms the game will release on November 8 for PC, PS5, Stadia, and Xbox Series X/S.
According to the latest footage, Skull and Bones’ gameplay is clearly focused on naval combat, with game director Ryan Barnard also stating that there will be no land combat in the game. Gamers will be able to explore and hunt for treasure, but combat is still the most important thing. The player begins as a shipwreck survivor, building a boat to survive and using a spear from there to fend off crocodiles and hippos. This will quickly become a battle between pirates, fortresses, etc. Players must use a progression system known as Infamy to become the mainstay of the Indian Ocean.
Barnard also added that there are three types of ships in the game, the first is a cargo ship that has better storage capacity, the second is a faster and more maneuverable navigation train, and the third is a train. force has better combat ability than the other two types. There are a total of 12 Skull and Bones ships that the player can build of various sizes and designs, up to 40 copies of those ships in case the player loses a ship in PvP mode. of Skull and Bones or elsewhere.
Gamers should also note that Ubisoft is promoting Skull and Bones as a multiplayer-focused online game, with multiple PvP servers for gamers who want to battle others. However, the game can still be completed on its own. Skull and Bones is not a narrative game with a big overarching story, but for those curious about the pirate world there are smaller stories told through factions and players. other.