"There is an underlying story to the game with which we build the entire world lore, but that’s not the main focus," says game director Ryan Barnard.
Sources speaking to Kotaku claim that there's "little" to the upcoming naval combat title beyond what recent gameplay has shown.
Learn more about dedicated perks for ships, different damage types, Attachments and the bonuses provided by Furniture.
Different ships and weapons will serve specific purposes but you can use pretty much anything for the majority of the game.
New content will include "deadlier challenges' that groups can take on, new ships and weapons, smaller themed events, and more.
It retails for $60 on PC and $70 on consoles. The first gameplay overview showcases naval combat, different ship types and settlement/fort assaults.
The long-delayed multiplayer title is finally being showcased at the first Ubisoft Forward Spotlight. A pre-show will also take place at 10:45 AM PT.
The online pirate title was also allegedly set to receive a closed test this month, which got cancelled "due to the state of the build."
After years of reboots and delays, it looks like Skull and Bones' release date has finally been finalized, and in true Ubisoft fashion, leaked.
The ESRB rating seems to confirm that the game has dropped last-gen versions in favour of native current-gen releases, in addition to PC and Stadia versions.
Ubisoft's troubled title deemed "too big to fail" could finally be getting a release date and new gameplay footage, reports insider Tom Henderson.
Skull and Bones' classification rating in Brazil indicates that it's coming to PC, Stadia, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S, but not to PS4 and Xbox One.
With so many showcases happening in June, there are bound to be a number of big reveals next month. Take a look at 15 of them here.
Ubisoft's long-awaited Skull and Bones has been rated in South Korea.
Ubisoft's upcoming free-to-play titles will also "benefit" the company and are in the "final stages of development" with tests currently ongoing.
A new report claims that according to new playtests, the long-in-development Skull and Bones is going to be missing crucial gameplay features.
Following recent alpha gameplay leaks, Ubisoft Singapore offers some brief new footage while telling fans to "keep your eyes on the horizon."
Announced at E3 2017, the oft-delayed naval combat title has seen a number of setbacks but seems on track to release by April 2023.
2022 and beyond is looking to be a great time for co-op games, and here are 15 of them that you should keep an eye out for.
Known insider Tom Henderson claims Ubisoft is planning announcements and updates for as many as 20 games, and many of these could possibly arrive in a single big event.