Skull & Bones is classified in Korea, will the Ubisoft game be released soon?

It was during E3 2017 that Ubisoft unveiled Skull & Bones, an action-packed pirate game set to release next year. The sequel is known to have been delayed many times, but the studio confirmed in its latest financial report that Skull & Bones will release before the end of the current fiscal year, which is March 31, 2023.

Something to give hope to the players who are waiting for this title, and the icing on the cake, the video game classification body in South Korea has just added Skull & Bones to their database. The title, described as an open-world action game, contains references to drug use and scenes of alcohol and tobacco not intended for public play.

Well, there’s nothing surprising about the content, but it looks like Skull & Bones’ development is finally coming to an end. Development was supposed to be restarted in 2019 to make it a live service game, according to several rumors, and gameplay and details have been leaked just recently. Will Ubisoft finally be able to announce a release date for Skull & Bones in the coming months without pushing it back this time? Be patient, we’ll fix it soon. In the meantime, you can find Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – Gold Edition for €35.99 on Gamesplanet.

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