Skull & Bones Delayed and Won’t Be at E3

Skull & Bones Delayed and Won’t Be at E3

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.

Originally scheduled to be released in fall 2018, the title that we called a mix between Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, For Honor, and The Crew apparently needs a bit more time to be able to live up to the team's vision. While the publisher's most recent games in four franchises have produced unbelievable results, the biggest news came from the future games that are in their portfolio. Then, it was delayed to the financial year 2019/20, and now it has been delayed until 'after 2019/2020'.

You'd be forgiven if the title Skull and Bones doesn't immediately set off bells of recognition. Ubisoft says it has four triple-A games that will release this fiscal year, meaning before the end of March 2020.

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Skull & Bones will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Throw in The Division 2, and 2019 is looking solid towards the usual Q4 big budget release from the French company.

Hopefully, we'll hear more on Skull and Bones and a potential release date at E3 2019 next month.

A new Watch Dogs game is heavily rumoured for an E3 appearance, as is a return to the Splinter Cell franchise. Ubisoft hasn't really promoted it much since its reveal a couple years ago.

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