It’s not the first rating for the title, either. Last month, the PC version of the game was rated in South Korea. Normally, age ratings such as these appear towards the tail end of a project’s development, so it does seem like Ubisoft may finally be getting ready to ship the game (pun of course intended). The last official word on the game came from an earnings report, in which Ubisoft states Skull & Bones will release within financial year 2022 (meaning between 1st April 2022 and 31st March 2023), so this all seems to be lining up. Are you excited to finally try Skull & Bones? What are your expectations of this sea-faring title? Set sail in the comments section below.
We’ll be allowed to discuss about Skull & Bones after its release one day, and won’t that be exciting? The open ocean pirate game, which was announced around five years ago, has been through the roughest of seas on its way to release, but it appears that the conclusion may finally be in sight. A newly approved age rating for the game has surfaced in Brazil, according to Reddit. The game is listed for current-gen systems, including the PS5, although the PS4 isn’t mentioned. We don’t know if Skull & Bones will be available on both platforms, but we think it will. Hopefully, additional information will be available soon.