Skull & Bones appears to be getting ever closer to the much-anticipated re-reveal and eventual launch that has been continually delayed due to unforeseen circumstances. There is additional evidence to support the allegation that the pirate game will be re-revealed by Ubisoft at long last in the month of July, along with a fresh gameplay demonstration, and a recent report suggested that this would take place.
The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has assigned a classification rating to the game, which is something that often happens only when a title is very near to its release date. This is not the first time that it has been rated either; within the past few weeks, it has also been rated in South Korea and Brazil.
In addition to this, and in line with what was hinted at by the aforementioned Brazil rating, the ESRB rating appears to confirm that Skull and Bones, which is currently announced officially for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, has abandoned its previous-generation versions in favor of native PS5 and Xbox Series X/S releases, and will also be releasing for Stadia. This was hinted at by the Brazil rating, which was mentioned earlier.
Skull & Bones is expected to debut, according to statements made by Ubisoft earlier this year, before the end of the company’s current fiscal year, which will conclude on March 31, 2023.
According to recent rumors, the gameplay in the game will be limited to land and there will be no player versus player combat at all.