Skull and Bones is a true phenomenon among video games. Ubisoft's work has been in development for many years, and every time its release is imminent, there is a delay. Recently, such a situation (for the sixth time) occurred in January, this year. Despite the fact that some people have already stopped believing that the title will ever appear on the market, Ubisoft does not intend to give up and is still working on Skull and Bones.
We have learned that the studio is even expected to be in possession of an improved version of the game. Such revelations were revealed by the company's chief financial officer, Frederick Duguet.
"In January we reported that we were very pleased with the testing we did earlier this year. We have a very powerful, improved version to show to players that they haven't seen before," he revealed (via PCGamer).
Recall that some time ago there was information saying that testers of Skull and Bones were far from expressing admiration for the title. The project, despite its long development, was still said to be riddled with all sorts of bugs and imperfections. From Duguet's words, however, it appears that they did not have access to the latest, improved version.
Regardless, players are already at the end of their tether when it comes to waiting for Skull and Bones. Perhaps even an improved version of the game will not be enough to rebuild Ubisoft's damaged reputation.
Skull and Bones is headed for PC and PS5 and XSX/S consoles.