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.
A recent Kotaku report outlines how Ubisoft Singapore is one of the worst places to work in the French giant's pantheon of studios.
Current and former developers outline various troubles with the project, from its lack of a clear vision to toxic management in a new report.
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.
Revealed in 2018, the naval combat title is still a ways from release.
Ubisoft is now positioning it for "after 2019-20".
Ubisoft Singapore hasn't "really talked too much" about it.
5 vs. 5 PvP match showcased.
Both free to play titles will be taken offline this year.
Ghost Recon Phantoms developer is keeping busy.
First content expansion for free-to-play Ghost Recon Online released. Warning: may contain snow.
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