Ubisoft Has More AAA Games Coming Soon, But Not Skull & Bones

Alfred Osborne
May 18, 2019

Ubisoft has today made it their turn to go through their financial results for the year, and to predict what will happen over the next financial year.

Despite Ubisoft's claim at E3 2018 that Skull and Bones will launch in 2019, that won't be the case.

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

"Skull & Bones" is a multiplayer action title promising both solo and co-op gameplay, where people can choose a captain, establish a hideout, recruit a crew, and battle in a variety of game modes. He says the delay is about giving an ambitious new IP time to fulfill its potential.

You'd be forgiven if the title Skull and Bones doesn't immediately set off bells of recognition.

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Ghost Recon Breakpoint was revealed last week and is a follow-up to Ghost Recon Wildlands that will be released on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on October 4, 2019.

Figuring out what the other three AAA titles are will be the new gripping question as we know Assassin's Creed is taking a year off.

Ubisoft won't be short on big game releases in the meantime though.

A new Watch Dogs game is heavily rumoured for an E3 appearance, as is a return to the Splinter Cell franchise. The publisher expects the game to perform better in the long term with constant updates and content drops. Ubisoft hasn't really promoted it much since its reveal a couple years ago.

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