Skull & Bones won ratings in South Korea

Skull & Bones, Ubisoft’s game about pirate ships, may finally be close to release. After numerous delays, recently the title won indicative rating in South Korea.

THE Age rating issued by the South Korean body may indicate that, after almost a decade in production, the development of the project should finally be very close to being completed.

Information about the game being rated in South Korea was revealed by the Video Games Chronicle website, which got a tip from one of its readers. The user found data about the PC version of the Ubi title yesterday (12) on the website of the South Korean Game Management and Classification Committee.

Skull & Bones won ratings in South KoreaSource: Video Games Chronicle/Reproduction

Thanks to the leak of a video about the game in April of this year, players were able to get an idea of ​​what Skull & Bones should offer when it finally hits stores. In the recording, it was revealed that players will have the opportunity to sail the seas of an Indian Ocean-inspired world during the “Golden Age of Piracy”, starting their journey from below to becoming prominent and fearless pirates.

Officially revealed by Ubisoft at E3 2017, Skull & Bones It has been in development since 2013 and was expected to launch at the end of 2018. Since then, the title has been delayed several times and is now expected to be released sometime in the second half of this fiscal year, which ends in March 2023. .

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