The Playing for the Planet community has revealed new information regarding Skull and Bones’ various activities. Pirate action from Ubisoft will boast not just an “adult” rating, courtesans and sea battles, the game can also be something good. Apparently, players will be able to stand up for the protection of the sea world and its valuable resources.
One of the Skull and Bones activities will focus on the over-trade of shark fins. In the game you can see a clear demonstration of human greed, which led to the senseless extermination of sharks for profit. Players will have the opportunity to do their part to protect marine wildlife and understand the destructive nature of this trade.
Ubisoft plans to implement such activities through updates, showing the diversity of the marine world and focusing on important issues.
Skull & Bones is rumored to be released in November. The game may be shown in August at Gamescom 2022.