Skull & Bones was originally announced by Ubisoft at E3 2017, but since then it hasn’t been a good hacker game. Now comes the next setback, so to speak!
evolution for skull bones Not under a good star, after all, Ubisoft’s pirate game isn’t making good progress, unlike previous plans when it was announced in 2017, and it’s still far from being released after several extensive revisions and reboots. So it should not be entirely appropriate that personnel changes are also pending in the management of the game.
As it is now known, Skull & Bones loses co-director. After 15 years with the company, Antoine Henri has now turned his back on Ubisoft and is no longer jointly responsible for Skull & Bones in a leadership position.
Henry himself confirmed his departure via LinkedIn Like Twitter He justified the move with “new and exciting adventures” due to him now in 2022. He said he was grateful to the people he met at Ubisoft. At first, it was not clear where he was heading.
It is not known how Ubisoft now fills the position of co-director of the game. The game was originally supposed to be released in 2018, but has been delayed several times, and is now scheduled for fiscal year 2023, which ends in March next year. Early in 2020, the development work was said to have completely flipped and restarted, and since then the title has progressed in a new direction. No new scenes and details have been released since then and it remains to be seen how the pirate saga will continue.
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