Despite its recent delay, Ubisoft informs us that we will have the new release date very soon and will show new gameplay today.

Ubisoft will reveal the new release date for Skull and Bones “very soon”, according to the company itself commented on Twitter yesterday. This comes on the heels of news a few hours earlier about a new delay for this long-awaited (and overdue) pirate adventure that seems like it’s never coming.

Skull and Bones, in development since 2013, and first shown to the world in 2017, has faced 6 delays since then. In fact, its latest delay had moved the game from its November 2022 release to March 2023. Just yesterday, however, as we reported, Ubisoft confirmed that it would be delaying the game’s release once again until sometime within fiscal year 2023- 24.

These are the latest statements from Ubisoft about Skull and Bones

In a statement shared on the official Skull and Bones Twitter account, the game’s team spoke a little more about the delay, saying that their “determination and focus remain the same: to deliver the best possible gaming experience for our game since.” on day 1.”

This latest delay, the company commented, would help the team “further polish and balance the gaming experience” based on community feedback on previous versions of the game. Ubisoft will give more information about the release date of Skull and Bones along with more news of the pirate adventure “very soon”, or so they say in their statement.

Apart from all this, the company will broadcast new content about Skull and Bones today, Friday the 13th, at 6:00 p.m. on Twitch. This new gameplay that they are going to teach would be focused on the lore of the game, they said. Despite news of the latest delay, Ubisoft said it believes players will be “positively surprised by its evolution.”

The change of the latest release date for Skull and Bones wasn’t the only bad news coming out of the company this week. Ubisoft’s most recent quarter financial results have been quite disappointing, announcing the cancellation of three yet-to-be-announced games. Are we close to seeing the end of the company as we know it? Time, as always, will tell.

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