Skull and Bones Gets Trailer and Gameplay Details; Check it out

Last Saturday (10), during Ubisoft Forward, the developer’s new game announcement event, a trailer for the Skull and Bones universe and some gameplay was released. Other details about the story and features of the long-awaited pirate game were also revealed.


The game is set in the 17th century, the second golden age of piracy, when large merchant fleets traded and exported exotic and valuable goods. When sailing across the Indian Ocean from “Skull and Bones”, enemy crews will show no mercy in attacking and pillaging each other.

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After streaming a contextual trailer, the game’s CEO, Elizabeth Palin, revealed a few details. The game will allow you to change the cannons and ammunition used by your crew. With “armor” it will be possible to choose the best way to strengthen your ship against enemy attacks. It will also be possible to change the appearance of the ships, with different paints and constructions.

It was revealed that the pirate game will have a cross-platform PvP mode, and if you do not want to go to battle with other crews of players, you can turn off the PvP mode at any time.

Skull and Bones is scheduled for release on November 8, 2022 and will be available for Xbox Series X | S, Playstation 5 and PC via Epic Games Store and Ubisoft Store.

Although released exclusively for next-gen consoles, Skull and Bones began development in 2013, making it the first game to be developed under the leadership of Ubisoft Singapore. The game was first announced at E3 2017 for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC, with the game slated for a 2018 release date. But year after year, the title was delayed and disappeared for quite some time. Before April of this year, videos of the game leaked, and months later, Ubisoft announced that Skull and Bones would be released on November 8th.

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