When is Ubisoft’s “Skull and Bones” Pirate Simulation Game Coming Out

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Ubisoft is known for creating some legendary games, and we can only mention some titles from the Far Cry or Assassin’s Creed series, at least! Once again, the French developer will release a game that seems to be pretty exciting, and it’s known as Skull and Bones.

The open-world pirate simulation game known as “Skull and Bones” is being developed by Ubisoft, and it shall land this year for plenty of platforms: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Amazon Luna, Google Stadia, and Windows PC (exclusively for the Epic Games Store).

Become the most infamous pirate in “Skull and Bones” starting November 8

A new trailer released by Ubisoft confirms that the game is coming out this year on November 8. You already have the chance to pre-order the game if that’s your wish! The goal of those who will be playing “Skull and Bones” is to become the most infamous pirate. So if you’re a fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, the chances are great that you’ll become a fan of “Skull and Bones” as well!

Here’s how the plot of the game sounds, as the video’s description itself reveals:

Enter the perilous paradise of Skull and Bones, inspired by the Indian Ocean during the Golden Age of Piracy, as you overcome the odds and rise from an outcast to an infamous pirate. Craft a variety of unique ships to survive, thrive, and rule in an immersive world that introduces new challenges and features every season.

According to PCGameBenchmark, you won’t need a hardware configuration that’s too high if you want to play Skull and Bones on a PC: the game should work on a minimum of 4GB of RAM, a graphics card such as NVIDIA GeForce 510, and an Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 chipset. There’s no word about the OS yet, but we can surely expect the game to require at least Windows 10.

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