Ubisoft Singapore skull bones It’s been a long time. The pirate adventure was announced at E3 2017, and it has been delayed for several years; Latest update from Ubisoft Came in September 2020, over 18 months ago.
skull bones It finally reappeared on Friday, when a Redditor posted a leak Showcasing six minutes of gameplay – and describing it as a “dedicated alpha-tester” video tutorial – detailing the game’s “disgraceful” system as well as features like crafting. Ubisoft confirmed to Polygon that the leak is real.
The leaked footage includes an illustrated tutorial video bypassing the infamous system, which tracks your reputation as a hacker. When you tidy up your car, you will get new opportunities such as the ability to build better and cooler ships. To level up, you’ll be able to make “high-risk and reward” contracts with the game’s NPCs, the narrator says, as well as explore, loot, and complete global events.
In addition to exploring on land, you will be able to sail and board other ships – skull bones It is a pirate game, after all. The video emphasizes the elements of survival and the importance of keeping your ship well stocked. If you don’t feed your crew enough, they will rebel and kill you. According to the video, crafting is a “core” part of the game that will allow you to upgrade your ship’s stats, such as attack damage and HP.
When asked to comment on the leak, a Ubisoft representative confirmed to Polygon that the footage comes from an “early copy” of skull bones:
We can confirm that this is a glimpse into our next game skull bones. We recently ran a technical test of the game and some of its details are now public. This video clip was taken from an early version of the game and does not reflect the quality and features of the final game. We will be sharing more details about the game soon.
skull bonesdevelopment was plagued by setbacks. It was It premiered at E3 2017 Since then it has been delayed several times. The game was originally Supposed to be released in 2019and then Paid up to 2020. It’s 2022 now, but it looks like this ship may finally be ready to set sail.
So far, there has been no substantial update about skull bones from Ubisoft. However, the game’s official Twitter account Post a clip This morning with the text “Keep your eyes on the horizon…” and the desert island emoji. It’s only the second tweet from the account since the aforementioned development update in September 2020.