Ubisoft's Pirate Game 'Skull and Bones' Has Been Pushed Into 2020

Ubisoft Delays Skull & Bones to April 2020

Ubisoft delays Skull & Bones again and won't show it at E3 2019

The game's just gotten another official delay alongside Ubisoft's latest financial reports, and it won't be out until after the end of the company's new fiscal year - which means no sooner than March 2020. The Skull and Bones Twitter account wasn't much more helpful, although it did confirm in various tweets that there are now no target dates for beta testing or release.

Ubisoft has announced that Skull & Bones will be delayed to after March 2020 and that four AAA games, including Ghost Recon Breakpoint, will be unveiled and released by the end of March 2020. I remember playing it back at E3 2017, where it was brilliant as a co-op game that had my team smashing our way past a bunch of fellas that were seated opposite us.

Ubisoft's pirate game, Skull & Bones, has been delayed for a second time.

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Originally set for an autumn 2018 release, Skull and Bones was pushed into the 2019/2020 fiscal year. "We believe in our vision for the game, while also making sure the voice of our community is being heard", Ubisoft tweeted.

Skull & Bones will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Ubisoft's had a good year so far. Watch Dogs 3? Splinter Cell? Throw in The Division 2, and 2019 is looking solid towards the usual Q4 big budget release from the French company. The number of players has grown by 40% over the previous year to reach more than 45 million.

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