Following the umpteenth postponement of Skull & Bonesnow expected for the next fiscal year which will start in April 2023, the situation around the pirated work signed Ubisoft becomes more and more gloomy and uncertain.
In recent days, Ubisoft has closed the pre-orders of Skull & Bones on the PlayStation Store by starting to refund players, a sign of how at the moment a clear decision has not yet been made on the next launch date to be announced. The well-known insider will throw more fuel on the fire Tom Henderson, who in a short message on Twitter expresses some thoughts after getting in touch with some playtesters who have tried the game. And his opinion is anything but idyllic.
“From what I’ve heard from playtesters, the latest tests of Skull & Bones don’t exactly give me the feeling that they’ve made the necessary changes to make it a success,” says Henderson, who concludes his speech rather harshly: “Honestly I find it hard to believe that people would pay $70 for this game.”
It cannot be excluded that the insider will further explore the matter in a new report, in any case, if true, his words are not exactly encouraging on the situation around the project developed by Ubisoft Singapore. Skull & Bones is sailing in the midst of the storm, after the countless postponements he has encountered over the years.