Ubisoft’s pirate recreation, Skull & Bones, has been delayed for a second time. The PS4, Xbox One, and PC recreation was initially scheduled for a 2018 launch, earlier than being delayed to financial year 2019/20. It has now been delayed once more to “after 2019/20.”
Ubisoft revealed the information immediately in an earnings report. The obscure “after 2019/20” refers to monetary intervals, versus calendar years, which means the earliest Cranium & Bones would possibly now launch is April 2020.
The naval fight recreation was first revealed at E3 2017, and we got here away from each that and the following E3’s demo feeling excited. Following the sport’s first delay, Ubisoft mentioned it wanted “extra time to develop Cranium & Bones to supply gamers an much more participating expertise.” The writer has not commented on the more moderen postponement, however GameSpot has contacted the corporate to ask why the sport has been delayed as soon as once more.
The sport is being developed by Ubisoft Singapore, the studio that made Murderer’s Creed IV: Black Flag’s ship fight sequences. There may be additionally a Skull & Bones TV show on the best way; it isn’t clear if that shall be affected by the sport’s newest delay.