An action-adventure video game “Skull & Bones” was developed by Ubisoft Singapore and published by Ubisoft. The game will be released after March 2021. Around piracy and naval warfare, this game revolves.
About The Gameplay:
It is a tactical action game. It is set in an open world and played from a third-party perspective. Players control a personalized pirate captain and can choose whether they wish to sail alone across the Indian Ocean and start a single-player campaign or gather up to five other players to join them for a unified fighting game. the player at Contested Waters.
Wind positioning can be assessed for the advantage in combat. Players can collect additional ships such as battleships, frigates, and brigantines during the game, whose weapons include mortars, wide-angle cannons, and missiles. Ships can be loaded by force and loaded on board. The percentage of damage is measured with a health band. The main component is the hunt for prey in multiplayer mode, where two groups of players are challenged to find treasure in order to accumulate additional wealth. Each crow’s nest can be scaled to be used as an observation point, and eyewear can also be used. Microtransactions will be an additional feature.
Development and Release:
Skull & Bones is the first video game from Singapore developer Ubisoft inspired by the naval battles of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. With Ubisoft Singapore, players can enhance their aspect directly with a community service called Guardians of the Code.
It’s been confirmed for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One with upgrades for the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X. It should initially be published in the third/fourth quarter of 2018. then the game was postponed to 2019, and some more after March 2020. During a conversation with investors in October 2019, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillaume confirmed that the game had been postponed until at least April 2021 – the fiscal year March 2022. In September 2020, it was announced that as development continues, a “new vision” will emerge for the game, which will result in a slowdown in launches as more development time is required. It was also stated that other Ubisoft studios such as Ubisoft Berlin are developing the game together with Ubisoft Singapore.
After E3 2017, Skull & Bones was nominated for the Game Critics Awards for Best Original Game and Best Online Multiplayer Award.
In early 2019, Ubisoft partnered with Atlas Entertainment to turn Skull & Bones into a TV show. He will be executive producer Daniel Kreinik, Jason Altman, Andy Horwitz, Richard Suckley, and Amanda Segel, who will write the pilot episodes.