Skull and Bones Announcement Cinematic Trailer

13 June, 2017, 10:30 | Author: Alicia Barber
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The actual gameplay is identical to the naval combat simulatio n from Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.

Skull & Bones is expected to release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The main draw is the PVP element, where players can compete against each other in a "variety of game modes". You might be happy to learn that Ubisoft's next big game is all about naval warfare. Now, immediate comparison's to Rare's Seas of Thieves might come to mind but Skull and Bones looks very different.

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"It is the Golden Age of Piracy". We're happy to say Skull and Bones includes all of that and much more. The life of a pirate wasn't all fun and games though, and the cinematic trailer below shows this. Having nothing to lose, you sailed from the Caribbean to the Indian Ocean, an exotic and untamed frontier full of lavish riches. Colonial Empires, Trading Companies, and Pirate Gangs all want to control the waters. You can either collaborate with friends or even execute ruthless betrayals as you play the game. The point-of-view player in the demo controlled a sloop of war: a maneuverable ship with a reasonable amount of firepower. While there's a lot of ship-on-ship combat, the goal here is to collect treasure scattered around the ocean play area. If you decimate an enemy fleet, but its last survivor makes off with the lion's share of the loot, you've lost.


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