SKULL & BONES IS NOT DEAD
It's been a long time since the pirate game Skull & Bones had moored the news section of JV with good news, but today, the situation has turned around! Yes, insider Tom Henderson was right when he announced a few weeks ago that the Skull & Bones project is indeed on the right track.
Indeed, the official Skull & Bones Twitter account has just announced that the development of the game is progressing and that the multiplayer creation even has the right to an Insider program.
TEST SESSIONS ON THE PROGRAM
To give us proof that the development of the game is progressing, Ubisoft has decided to make the game playable, at least for a few lucky ones, starting today. The studio in charge of the project has just launched the Insider program which allows the most curious of you, who would be ready to share their experience with the developers, to try the title before everyone else.
The Insider Program is a live testing initiative where we invite carefully selected players to play an early version of our game in real-world conditions before anyone else. This means that for the first time ever, members of our Insider Program will be able to play Skull & Bones and get a taste of the work being done by our development team. Ubisoft
Even if few players will be elected, note that it is already possible to apply for this program by clicking here . For more information and to find out in detail what Ubisoft expects of you as an Insider, we suggest that you go directly to the game's official website .
As a reminder, Skull & Bones still does not have a release date, but is expected on PC and consoles and will offer players to take part in real-time naval battles.