Skulls and Bones, Ubisoft’s latest will take you down to the memory lanes of Assassin’s Creed Black Flag. The game is based upon the naval warfare, which was observed in Ubisoft’s Black Flag, but now there is a separate game for the battle. It is quite similar to the War of Warships but in a Pirates-era based, so new modern technologies are expected in the game.
Skulls and Bones have to battle itself for the release date. First, the release date intended in 2018 but later pushed into 2019. This is not over, yet it has been confirmed that there will be another launch failure, and there was no Skull and Bones in 2019 and 2020, too, either. Now the Skulls and Bones release date scheduled to March 2021.
- PlayStation 4
- Xbox One
- Microsoft Windows
- Next-Gen Consoles
In some systems and mechanics, Skull and Bones’ gameplay looks pretty similar to Black Flag’s naval combat. In 2013’s Assassin’s Creed Black Flag drive, an enemy ship is ready to discharge; you can ready your crew for the force to reduce the damage suffered.
There’s lots of reach for Skull and Bones ship customization. While your ship classes enable you to choose between agility and brute strength, you’ll also be capable of enhancing your vessel with different collections of weapons.
Skulls and Bones comprise of both Single Player and Multiplayer modes. But the main hype produced for the Multiplayer mode is for a possible Battle Royale feature in the mode. So assume yourselves you will against a huge no of ships and endurance is the only way to win.