Skull & Bones continues adrift and announces a new delay in its launch: Ubisoft pirates will take time to set foot on solid ground – Skull & Bones

Once again, we are forced to write this news. Although it is a delivery that it has already pushed its release date several timesit seems that the pirates of Skull & Bones They are still lost at sea and are therefore forced to confront a new delay. In this way, Ubisoft changes its plans on a large scale and foresees the premiere of this installment in the fiscal year of 2023-2024.

So we read it in a document from Ubisoft detailing big changes in your strategy. According to this report, which indicates several worrying points in the French developer, the sailors who work on Skull & Bones will take advantage of this extra time to polish the experience for the final launch.

“Players will be able to discover the beauty of Skull & Bones in the next beta phase. The additional time has paid off and has brought impressive improvements to its quality, which have been confirmed in recent playtests. We believe that players will be positively surprised by its evolution. We have decided to postpone its release in order to have more time to display a much more polished and balanced experience and to create awareness. Skull & Bones will now be released in early 2023-2024.”

That being said, fans of pirated experiences will have to keep waiting for Ubisoft to nail down a release date for Skull & Bones, hopefully this time for good. After all, there are many changes that will take place in the studio’s offices in the coming months, as everything indicates that Ubisoft is about to face a few tougher months than expected.

Ubisoft cancels 3 unannounced games, and it’s not their only problem

As we have been commenting throughout the news, the new Skull & Bones delay is not the only problem that Ubisoft is facing right now. In this sense, we know that the developer has been forced to cancel 3 games that had not yet been announced, although this decision is accompanied by “slower” sales Y a multi-million dollar cost reduction.