Ubisoft's relentlessly delayed and rebooted open world pirate adventure is apparently in "a decent spot" where development is concerned.
Current and former developers outline various troubles with the project, from its lack of a clear vision to toxic management in a new report.
Announced all the way back in 2017 with a whole lot of fanfare, Skull and Bones remains as elusive as ever. What's going on with Ubisoft's pirate utopia?
A new report claims that development on the game was recently restarted, and a launch in 2022 is unlikely.
Ubisoft says that production has been "advancing well over the past 12 months."
Hugues Ricour has left Ubisoft Singapore but will remains an employee of Ubisoft.
The naval combat title won't be present at Ubisoft Forward today.
Sony's next-gen console will have lots of worlds to explore, both first and third party.
Ubisoft CFO Frédérick Duguet also says that one of Gods and Monsters and Rainbow Six Quarantine could be delayed into the next fiscal year.
The new direction allegedly includes focus on quests, co-op, and ongoing storylines.
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Revealed in 2018, the naval combat title is still a ways from release.
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Ubisoft is now positioning it for "after 2019-20".
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Team up with other scurvy dogs and rob the oceans of their coin.
Plenty of big games to be showcased (and maybe a new Splinter Cell reveal).
It was originally due out later this year.
But there's very little of it, and it is all off screen.