Skull and Bones: These are the dangers of the game world

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Skull and Bones reveals the dangers of its game world during the Ubisoft Forward.

Ubisoft released two brand new Skull and Bones trailers during Ubisoft Forward. The bloody race between companies and pirates for control of the Indian Ocean has begun.

Also shown were the powerful weapons that players can use to secure their share of the seas. Skull and Bones will be released on November 8th, 2022 for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, Stadia, Amazon Luna and Windows PC via the Epic Games Store and the Ubisoft Store. Players can also subscribe to Ubisoft+ on PC, Stadia and Amazon Luna for day-one access to the game.

In the World Context trailer, Skull and Bones reveals the truth about the second golden age of piracy: the Indian Ocean torn between power, wealth and blood – at the mercy of powerful corporations. Fleets traded and exported valuable exotic goods to the West, and in the race for control of rare resources, pirates showed no mercy.

In the world of Skull and Bones, players have the opportunity to become one of these legendary pirate lords by navigating dangerous waters, completing secret deals and building their pirate empire.

The World Context trailer can be viewed here:

The Ubisoft Forward gameplay trailer includes ship customization, which can be used as a key to outsmarting rivals. A great pirate should not only look good to be feared, but also tactically outfit his ship to sink his opponents. Players must learn to master their ship in order to prevail and survive in dangerous storms. In the seas of Skull and Bones, they are always on the brink of losing everything.

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