Ubisoft's Skull and Bones is reportedly set to release in February 2024
It has been claimed that Ubisoft Singapore will finally release its long-delayed pirate title Skull and Bones in February next year, with pre-orders currently live.
Insider Gaming reports that its sources have confirmed that the game will be released on February 16, 2024, nearly seven years after its announcement and six years after its original planned release date. Players can now pre-order the standard edition of the game from Ubisoft's website, though a premium edition with early access is rumored.
Ubisoft confirmed in October that the game would be released in Q4 FY23–24, with Darryl Long, the former Managing Director of Ubisoft Singapore and Ubisoft Philippines, also stating that the title is on track to arrive by the end of the fiscal year.
Skull and Bones has been delayed six times since its initial announcement in 2013. The title was reportedly funded by the Singaporean government, which may have kept development alive over the years. Earlier this year, images seemingly from a closed test of the game surfaced online, showing a build that appeared to be more than rough around the edges, leading fans to doubt that it would be released anytime soon.
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