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Skull And Bones Release Date & Platforms

Yo Ho Ho I Am A Shipbound Pirate

Updated: Oct 26, 2022 11:42 am
Skull And Bones Ships

Skull And Bones is finally coming after around about five years since it was first announced. But what’s the Skull And Bones release date?

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What platforms will the game be going to? We’re here to tell you everything we know about the title, and where you landlubbers can find it, yo ho ho.

Skull And Bones Release Date

Skull And Bones Gameplay Trailer

Ubisoft has finally officially confirmed the launch date for Skull And Bones during a gameplay live stream.

The game will be launching on November 8th. What makes Skull And Bones unique compared to Ubisoft’s previous attempt at piracy in Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag is that you can’t go off your boat in the game.

That’s right, you’re completely unable to even get off your boat in the game, unlike rivals such as Sea Of Thieves which allow you to hunt for treasure on land with your friends. Unlike that game though, you can play this game across multiple platforms and extremely soon, assuming you get a Skull And Bones pre order that is.

Skull And Bones Platforms

Skull And Bones Combat
Skull And Bones Combat

Gamers will be pleased to learn that Skull And Bones is basically launching across every single platform.

The game will be launching on:

  • Amazon Luna
  • Google Stadia
  • PlayStation 5
  • Windows PC (Epic Games Store Exclusive)
  • Xbox Series X
  • Xbox Series S

It’s unclear whether or not the game will feature cross-play, but it’s fairly likely considering basically the entire game has been designed with online PvE and PvP in mind.

The game will have the following:

  • 4K HDR: to be fully immersed in the gameplay experience.
  • Uncapped FPS: to give players a higher potential for reducing input lag during naval battles
  • Image upscaling: to offer premium quality images and detailed gameplay through ray tracing, DLSS and FSR.
  • Complete customisation: to change options in the advanced input settings to create a close-to-perfect experience.

While you can play the entire game solo, Ubisoft wants you to fight in pirate dens, meet on the high seas, and help each other become the best pirates you possibly can.

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