In its recent quarterly fiscal report, Ubisoft revealed that it currently has eight games in development that are set to launch in the fiscal year of 2023/2024 which is to end on March 31 2024. One of these games is listed as a large game but has yet to be announced. Additionally, other Ubisoft titles set to launch in the fiscal year include Assassin’s Creed Mirage, Skull and Bones, Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, The Crew Motorfest, XDefiant, Rainbow Six Mobile, and The Division Resurgence.
Details on the upcoming game Skull and Bones, via Ubisoft can be seen below:
Players will start with naught but their wits and a rickety little sailboat. As they gather resources, they’ll unlock blueprints that will let them craft new and bigger ships, upgrades, weapons, and tools, all of which are essential for growing their reputations and expanding their piratical possibilities. To further build their fleet and gain access to even more resources and upgrades, players must grow their Infamy by completing contracts from vendors, local factions, and kingpins throughout the world. Players can also identify new opportunities by scouting the seas with captain’s tools such as the spyglass, which can spot trade routes and wealthy merchant ships, or scope out enemy weaknesses for the best plan of attack.
Naval combat is a core feature of Skull and Bones, and you’ll be able to customize your approach depending on your preferred playstyle. There are 12 different ship options in the game, each with different stats for speed, capacity, and hit points. Additionally, each ship has unique perks that further allow players to customize their experience. Ships can be equipped with armor and a number of deadly weapons, like cannons, mortars, ballistae, torpedoes, and more.
Skull and Bones is playable solo, or in co-op with up to two friends. Skull and Bones has plans for new seasons post-launch, each bringing new contracts, content, and challenges. Do you have what it takes to become an infamous pirate? Find out on November 8, when Skull and Bones launches on Xbox Series X|S, PS5, Windows PC through the Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store, Stadia, and Amazon Luna. Long live piracy!
Engage in Thrilling Naval Combat – Choose how you want to take on the seas. Sail solo or team up with two friends to watch your back in either player-versus-environment or player-versus-environment-versus-player
Customize Your Ship to Match Your Playstyle – Craft up to 12 ships and customize them with a variety of weapons and armor to maximize your chances for success.
Rise from Outcast to Pirate Kingpin – Grow your infamy to gain access to more resources and opportunities as you take on riskier contracts to gain the most loot
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