Ambitious pirates interested in Skull and bones It is now possible to register for a chance to participate in future live tests and stages.
Ubisoft has opened the Skull and Bones Insider Program, which offers the opportunity to preview the game while providing real-time data and feedback.
This isn’t a bunch of demos, but a full play of current builds, and it sounds like you’ll need plenty of personal time to test it out thoroughly.
Ubisoft specifically wants participants to be “dedicated to the testing work in the versions in progress”, and the ideal candidate will be deeply interested in game development, with plenty of time to allot to testing and reporting issues, bugs or just general feedback.
Currently, the group of participants is being kept relatively small to ensure everything is done carefully and is set up in a way that allows the development team to fully understand the feedback received.
Earlier this year, Ubisoft told investors that development of Skull and Bones was going well, and that they were “very happy” with the game’s art direction. It has also been suggested that the game could launch any time between April 2022 and March 2023 – that is, if it is not delayed anymore.
Announced at E3 2017, the multiplayer pirate game has been in development since 2013 and began as a fork of Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag. Instead of being released as a post-launch update, the project became its own title and was developed at Ubisoft Singapore.
Slated for release in 2018 before being delayed to 2019, the game was once again delayed to Ubisoft’s 2020/2021 fiscal year. Since the announcement, along with the delay, it has been revealed that the game has been restarted.
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