Skull & Bones rating hints that a launch date isn’t far off
After many years of delays, Ubisoft’s Skull & Bones may finally come out.
As reported by VGC, the PC version of Skull & Bones was given a Mature rating on South Korea’s Game Rating and Administration Committee’s website on Wednesday. Typically, games only receive ratings when release is imminent. Couple this with the recent insider program registration offer, and it’s sure looking like Skull & Bones could launch soon.
Last month, footage of Skull & Bones leaked online. Many questioned if the video was authentic, partially because it didn’t look great on multiple levels. Surprisingly, Ubisoft later told GLHF that the leak was indeed genuine. Also, the official Skull & Bones Twitter account recently teased that more information is on the horizon. So yeah, get ready.
Keep your eyes on the horizon… 🏝️ pic.twitter.com/BWaH9QfYUb
— Skull and Bones (@skullnbonesgame) April 29, 2022
Announced way back at E3 2017, Skull & Bones is supposed to be a rip-roaring pirate adventure game on the high seas. Pretty much Ubisoft’s spin on Sea of Thieves, only with an emphasis on ship-to-ship combat. Think of the navel battles in Assassin’s Creed Blag flag, but with (obviously) more to it.
Skull & Bones has seen many delays already, so who knows how it’ll turn out.
Written by Kyle Campbell on behalf of GLHF.