Ubisoft once again delays ‘Skull and Bones,’ a game which will surely come out eventually

has once again delayed his long long-awaited pirate sim skull and bones. Most recently, we heard that the game should be coming to Xbox Series X and S, PlayStation 5, Steam, Epic Games Store, Google Stadia, Amazon Luna, and Ubisoft Connect. That’s no longer the case as the publisher pushed back the release date to March 9th.

“We’re so excited for you to get your hands on Skull and Bones and dive headfirst into the dangerous and exciting world of building your own pirate empire,” the company said. “In order to offer you the best possible experience, we decided to take a little extra time to ensure we could deliver exactly that.”

skull and bones was already four years behind schedule. We had ours and it was due out the following year. However, when the game was already deep in development, Ubisoft returned to the drawing board to transform it into a more realistic pirate experience.

While news of yet another delay will come as a disappointment to those who have been waiting for the game for five years, you may still be able to get your hands on it before March. Ubisoft is planning an open beta of skull and bones. It will share more details soon.

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