Skull & Bones Delayed Again, but Ubisoft Promises More Unannounced Titles

Ubisoft delays Skull & Bones again and won't show it at E3 2019

Ubisoft doesn't have a new release date for the game right now, it tweeted on Wednesday. There won't be any sign of Skull and Bones at E3 either, as the development team focuses on polishing the game up further.

For a game that looked an terrible lot like a rehash of the good bits from Assassin's Creed Black Flag, Skull & Bones is taking a very long time to arrive in stores and has been delayed yet again. Ubisoft's pirate game - cast in a similar mould to the naval combat from Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - has been delayed once again, having been pushed back past year.

Originally set for an autumn 2018 release, Skull and Bones was pushed into the 2019/2020 fiscal year. The remaining three are unannounced titles that will be released in Q4 FY2020, which is between January 1st and March 31st, 2020.

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Skull & Bones was set to launch on Xbox One, PS4, and PC but given the rather long delay and that we also expect new consoles in 2020, you might find it being a launch title for PlayStation 5.

Hopefully, we'll hear more on Skull and Bones and a potential release date at E3 2019 next month. The game's creative director, Justin Farren, left late a year ago, so it's safe to say development has been struggling.

Figuring out what the other three AAA titles are will be the new gripping question as we know Assassin's Creed is taking a year off. More information at E3 and gamescom this year seems likely.

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