Skull & Bones would already have a release date and it would be sooner than you imagine

Skull & Bones would already have a release date and it would be sooner than you imagine


This ship could be ready to sail before the end of the year.

After more than 8 years in development and costing more than 120 million dollars, we still don’t know when Skull & Bones, Ubisoft’s naval battle game, will hit stores, but it seems that the nightmare is nearing its end. At least that is what the latest rumors say. place the launch of the game in November this year.

Specifically, according to Aggiornamenti Lumia, a Twitter account dedicated to sharing changes to the backend of the Microsoft Store, it would have recently found references to Skull & Bones coming to stores next november 8. His first DLC contents.

Skull & Bones cover shown at E3 2018

First, Aggiornamenti Lumia shared what appear to be pre-order incentives for a digital deluxe edition of Skull & Bones that will be available in the Microsoft Store. It includes everything from a digital artbook and soundtrack to extra missions and a “Smuggler’s Pass” that we still don’t know what it works for.

A little later, this same account already shared what seems to be the definitive release date of Skull & Bones according to this Microsoft Store update: November 8. Date that insider Tom Henderson would confirmwho replied to this message with an emoji in the form of a green tick.

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For now no official confirmation from Ubisoftbut if the French company really aspires to release the game in November, hopefully there will be news soon.

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More Ubisoft Releases

A few days before this Skull & Bones, if the leak is true, Ubisoft plans to launch another of its most anticipated games, Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope. Yesterday the French company announced its arrival for the October 20 exclusively for Nintendo Switch and shared a new trailer during the Nintendo Direct Mini celebration, although it had been leaked hours before.

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