Revealed via Ubisoft's 2018-2019 financial earnings report, the company's 2019-2020 financial targets of net bookings of around €2,185 million ($2.4 billion USD) will be led by Ghost Recon Breakpoint and the three other AAA titles that are now unknown.
Ubisoft doesn't have a new release date for the game right now, it tweeted on Wednesday. The vague "after 2019/20" refers to financial periods, as opposed to calendar years, meaning the earliest Skull & Bones might now launch is April 2020.
We've got E3 coming up very soon and Ubisoft has already given us a good idea of what to expect from them in 2019.
For a game that looked an bad lot like a rehash of the good bits from Assassin's Creed Black Flag, Skull & Bones is taking a very long time to arrive in stores and has been delayed yet again.More news: OnePlus 7 Pro Software Update Brings Four Big Improvements
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KitGuru Says: Ubisoft has enough big releases in the works that delaying Skull & Bones won't be an issue financially.
I'm still kind of keen on Skull and Bones.
In terms of the company's successes, March 2019 was a record month for "overall audience, activity, and play time" across consoles and PC platforms. Watch Dogs 3? Splinter Cell? The number of players has grown by 40% over the previous year to reach more than 45 million.