Skull & Bones: New Rating Suggests It Might Finally Be Out

Ubisoft’s Skull & Bones could finally be released after a rating for the PC version of the game was found in South Korea.

According to South Korea’s Game Management Committee (via VGC), the rating was submitted on May 12 and appears to indicate a game that will fall under a maturity rating. A game that has completed or is about to be completed is usually rated, meaning the long-delayed game could finally be on its way.

The game appears to involve drug use and features people drinking alcohol and smoking. The review also mentions that the game is an open world set in the Indian Ocean during a golden age of pirates.

Skull & Bones has had a turbulent development. It was first announced at E3 2017 with a 2018 release window. Since then, the game has been repeatedly delayed due to reports of manufacturing difficulties. Ubisoft reportedly relaunched Skull & Bones in 2020 to follow a live gaming model, and it apparently only exists because of a deal with the Singapore government that requires Ubisoft to release original games in exchange for subsidy payments.

However, the game looks like it’s ready for public testing, and gameplay was leaked last month.

Skull & Bones isn’t the only game Ubisoft is stuck in development on. The Prince of Persia remake has been postponed several times and only recently received a new update, with Ubisoft Montreal now handling the development.

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