Skull & Bones, Ubisoft’s long-awaited and frequently delayed game, has acquired a rating in South Korea, indicating that it may be released soon.
Skull and Bones will receive a rating, indicating that the release date is approaching
As far as details about the game that are provided by the rating, there’s nothing particularly in-depth. Describing it as “An open-world action game set in the Indian Ocean in the golden age of pirates as a background”, the listing cites instances of drug use, drinking and smoking in the game as the reasoning behind the decision.
A Twitter user discovered the rating for the PC version of Skull and Bones on the website of South Korea’s Game Rating and Administration Committee. The game’s rating was submitted on May 12, and it looks to be rated as a Mature game that is “not suitable for children.” We recognize that a rated ‘arrr’ joke would be completely unoriginal here, so we’re not going to do that. No way.
That Skull and Bones is now at the stage of being rated suggests its development is coming along and, perhaps, nearing completion. This comes only a couple of days after Ubisoft said in a financial briefing that it expects the game to launch in this financial year, so before April 2023, without giving an exact release date.
We’re not sure when we can expect our next official update on the progress of Skull and Bones, or when we’ll see a fresh look at it. However, Summer Game Fest is approaching and it’s sure to bring plenty of exciting reveals and updates from publishers. It could, therefore, be an ideal time for Ubisoft to give players a look at what it’s got up its sleeve for the rest of the financial year, though Ubisoft is yet to announce any plans.
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