“Skull and Bones” is expected to be released this year. A new episode of “The Deck” will soon show what the pirate title has to offer.
Regardless the recent shift Ubisoft continues to prepare for the launch of “Skull and Bones”. Interested parties can soon follow another episode of the show “The Deck”, in which the long-term project will once again be presented in detail.
The new episode of The Deck will air on January 13, 2023 from 6 p.m. our time on Twitchas Ubisoft announced on Twitter: “Exciting times are ahead as we start the year with a new installment of The Deck”, so the company.
It is unclear when exactly “Skull and Bones” will come onto the market after what will hopefully be the last postponement. Ubisoft only spoke of a launch in the early phase of the coming 2023/2024 financial year, which runs from April 2023 to March 2024. After all, the pirate adventure should continue to appear. With three other games not yet announced, there was a production stop.
Pre-orders are still possible
“Skull and Bones” can still be pre-ordered – both im PlayStation Store as well as at retailers like Amazon. Ubisoft is still sticking to the full price, so players have to invest 79.99 euros in the title. For 30 euros more, fans can access the Premium Edition. In addition to the game “The Ballad of Bloody Bones” collection, it includes two additional missions (from fame level Buccaneer), the digital soundtrack, the art book and a Battlepass token.
Pre-order bonuses are also granted. Participating retailers will give early buyers the High Seas Highness Pack, which includes a Rift and Fireworks. After the repeated postponement, one or the other player should first wait for the tests.
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If there are no further postponements, “Skull and Bones” will be available this year for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC and streaming services. conquer the market. After launch, buyers start the pirate adventure as misfits aiming to become the most notorious pirate.
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