According to recent reports, some Skull and Bones developers are worried about the launch of the title because it lacks depth.
After Ubisoft’s recent project delays and cancellations, the company’s only two notable games released at the end of the year were Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope and Skull and Bones. Skull and Bones is a pirate game by Ubisoft focusing on naval combat, built on the concept of Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag. It is well known that the game has been in development hell for a while, and it has had to change the overall context three times.
Furthermore, things that have been introduced in the past like the Kraken of pirate mythology will no longer be in Skull and Bones, as the game is aiming to focus on becoming a more authentic pirate game genre. unadulterated. It’s the company’s first massively multiplayer online game, and Ubisoft plans to support it for years to come. Perhaps the best part is that everything in the game will be free, but that’s understandable if some people worry about the game’s fun.
According to a new report, some of the developers working on Skull and Bones are worried about the same thing. Kotaku spoke to a number of these developers, all of whom remain anonymous, and many of them are worried about the game’s launch. Skull and Bones is said to have consumed a huge budget, but some developers who have worked with it are skeptical of its success.
One developer even said that “each individual part of the game lacks depth”. There seems to be a lot more that fans haven’t seen about Skull and Bones because after all, if the game details are wrapped up in a single Ubisoft Showcase, that might not be a good sign. There seems to be a lot of resource-gathering and management survival simulation mechanics in the game, but they might get nowhere if this developer’s responses are accurate.
However, gamers should also know that this is an online game, and the content of Skull and Bones released after that will be more than what was revealed when it was first released. What the game will bring and whether that content will be enough to keep players is unknown, but hopefully they can clear doubts about the launch of the game.
Unfortunately, Skull and Bones releases on November 8th. November is always a busy month and there are a lot of big games coming out around this time, such as Pokemon Scarlet & Violet and God. of War Ragnarok. In fact, God of War Ragnarok launches right after Skull and Bones on November 9, so things may not go so well for Ubisoft.