This year’s Skull and Bones pirate event “celebrates” 10 years since development began. Exactly ten years ago, the company’s management gave the green light to the game, which was supposed to be a continuation of the then successful new product in the form of Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag. Instead of quickly using the pirate theme to conduct naval battles, complex development followed accompanied by a series of delays and changes to the general concept.
Ubisoft Singapore, which was behind the game’s development from the very beginning, has also undergone significant personnel changes. Last of his line CEO Darryl Long has left., who moved to an office in Toronto to focus on other projects. In the coming months, he will be replaced by Jean-François Vallee, who will also head the branches in India, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Today, the former head of the Singapore branch confirmed in an interview with Yahoo News that Skull and Bones will be released in January-March next year. However, given previous events, we prefer to be cautious about the launch date. On the other hand, it is clear that Ubisoft is very much looking forward to the release of Skull and Bones and continues to support its Singapore branch. Not long ago the studio even moved to a completely new officewhere 450 employees currently work.
Skull and Bones will be released on PC, as well as on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles.
Source :Indian TV