Skull & Bones

‘Skull & Bones’ has been delayed yet again

Announced four years ago during E3 2017, the pirate simulator ‘Skull & Bones’ has been delayed again, less than a year after it was last pushed back due to needing a lot more work done on it. Now, it appears it’s coming in 2022.

‘Skull & Bones’ is delayed again, might only be out in 2023

The game had a targeted 2018 release date when it was first announced

‘Skull & Bones’ managing director ousted following Ubisoft leadership audit

Hugues Ricour had previously been accused of sexual harassment

‘Skull & Bones’ | Now coming in 2021 with a new vision

Ubisoft Singapore has announced that ‘Skull & Bones’ (first announced in 2017) will miss its release date this year, instead it’s coming in 2021 with a “new direction”

Ubisoft says its “fully committed to launching” ‘Skull & Bones’

Production of the game is currently “in full swing”

Ubisoft says ‘Skull & Bones’ development is “well on the way”

The game is still scheduled for the 2021 fiscal year

Ubisoft has reportedly rebooted ‘Skull & Bones’ into a live service game

The game has also undergone a change of leadership