Various developers interviewed by the media Kotaku has confirmed it Ubisoft lleva turned over over $ 120 million Skull and bonesa major Ubisoft Singapore project that went live in 2013 and launched a multiplayer expansion of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag to launch as an update after the game’s launch and then take a very different direction from gaming as a service.
Highlights in Kotaku’s article on Skull & Bones
- Skull & Bones took eight years of development and has passed its Alpha phase.
- He has invested more than $ 120 million to date.
- Some statements received claim that the game shown at E3 2017 and 2018 did not exist as such.
- Since his presentation, Skull & Bones has been on four retreats.
- There are agreements with the Singapore government, which include the development of the game, the creation of new properties and the generation of grants by personal contract.
- If Skull & Bones wants to study in the hands of another great editor, it will be buried.
- During these years, Skull & Bones has tried to come up with various ideas that will never go through the prototype phase, but which have spent a lot of time on the development team.
- The game is still under development.
- According to the interviewees, the project does not seem to have a clear direction, and Ubisoft Singapore does not have enough experience to lead a project like this.
- Today, it is unclear what kind of game Skull & Bones has transformed from its presentation.