Video of an unreleased pirated game Skull and Bones leaked online late on April 28. And in response, Ubisoft is apparently promising to update the long-awaited multiplayer game.
This frame which appeared on Reddit (which has since been taken down but can be found on ResetEru) consists of four minutes taken from a technical test that Ubisoft just allegedly sent out invitations to. The clip appears to be taken directly from Ubisoft’s promotional material, as it contains a tutorial video with commentary detailing many of the game mechanics the publisher makes for almost all of its releases.
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Keep your eyes on the horizon… 🏝️ pic.twitter.com/BWaH9QfYUb
— Skull and Bones (@skullnbonesgame) April 29, 2022
Following the leak, Ubisoft took to social media, essentially admitting the footage was real, asking fans to «keep [their] eyes on the horizon» in a new tweet with a brief clip from the game. It’s unclear exactly what Ubisoft is teasing, but it seems like the company is at least getting ready to reveal more about the game, which has been in development since 2013. leak from your site was renamed earlier this week.
According to the video, players will start out as a failed pirate with the ultimate goal of becoming the most infamous pirate to ever sail the seas. To achieve this, users will need to raise their infamy, which seems to work like levels in this game. Infamy can be raised by completing contracts, exploring, digging for treasure, or destroying other opponents.
Like other pirate games, players will also need to keep a close eye on their ship and everything on it. They will be able to stock up on supplies before the expedition starts, and they will need to make sure they have enough cargo and rations to keep their ship and crew healthy enough to prevent the catastrophe or mutiny that is likely to happen. if the crew is too tired, hungry or damaged.
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Multiplayer online game is also the main focus in Skull and Bonesand looks just like a game like Sea of Thieves, with players constantly surrounded by other players. Passing ships can either drift peacefully or launch an attack, starting a battle where one team will capture a ton of loot and cargo. Many of these gameplay features are terribly similar to those described by insider Tom Henderson. tweet in September 2021including the Indian Ocean.
Skull and Bones there was rapid development even before its opening in 2017. It started as an addition to Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag this has changed to keep up with the times and has been pressed a few times. According to Kotaku reportThere seems to be many reasons – from poor controls to a lack of clear direction and confusing design – behind his delays, but it looks like he’s finally swimming to the finish line and reappearing in front of players in due time. And the time should be somewhere between 2022 and 2023.