Ubisoft she is “very satisfied” with the progress in development Of Skull & Boneswhich should arrive in stores without any other delay than the schedule.
As reported in previous news, Ubisoft in the latest financial report for shareholders announced that Skull & Bones, as well as Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Home, will arrive by the end of the fiscal year, therefore not beyond March 31, 2023.
Furthermore, Frederick Dugent, the CFO of the French company, said during the meeting with the shareholders that Ubisoft is very satisfied with the progress made in the development of the game and that no further development is planned. referrals nor the cancellation of the project.
Good news, in short, considering the troubled history of the project. Announced in the now distant E3 of 2017, Skull & Bones has been put off over and over again, with rumors claiming development has re-started multiple times from scratch.
In September of last year, well-known leaker Tom Henderson shared a lot of images and information on the gameplay of Skull & Bones, saying that the game is alive and well, with development at an advanced stage.