Skull and Bones, a pirate game that Ubisoft has planned for the 9th of March 2023, has been postponed once more.
The project''s launch was pushed back back in 2017 and has been largely implemented since 2013, according to the media, which is expected to happen in November this year.
Ubisoft has announced in a press release this afternoon that it had made the decision to postpone Skull and Bones once more following player feedback from its recent testing program.
"While game development is being completed at this stage, the extra time will be used to further polish and balance the experience based on players'' feedback from our Technical tests and Insider Program which occurred in the last two weeks," Ubisoft said.
"This is both for our players as well as for the long-term success of the game," says the author. On the 9th March, 2023, this type of release date is appropriate for this very special new brand."
Ubisoft has given confirmation today of an open beta for the game, which will be followed "in the near future."
Ubisoft said in February that it was "very pleased" with the game''s progress, five years after it was first announced, and with official delays in both 2018 and 2019.