New Skull & Bones ratings are more evidence that Skull & Bones will come out

New Skull & Bones ratings are more evidence that Skull & Bones will come out ...

Skull & Bones, a pirate ship game developed by Ubisoft, has been rated by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), suggesting that it may finally be shipped to digital and physical stores soon.

The ESRB issued Skull & Bones a M for Mature rating for blood, strong language, suggestive themes, use of drugs, and violence. (It also states that Skull & Bones will have some kind of in-game purchases), according to the ratings summary. Described a variety of missions that players will go on, as well as listing features like boarding other boats and making deliveries.

The game will begin playing by the end of Ubisoft''s 2023 fiscal year, which means that before March 31, 2023, Skull & Bones might effective hit that window. This ESRB rating is a good indication that the game will not be pushed past 2023 (or completely canceled).

Skull & Bones were originally announced at E3 2017, but Ubisoft stated a 2019 release date for the game, then it would be postponed until 2020 in May of its planned release year. The COVID-19 epidemic sparked interest and the game continued to resurface earlier this year with a leaked gameplay video.

After all they have passed, being rated by the ESRB is about the best sign of life Skull & Bones fans might ask for. While the release date for March 2023 isn''t set in stone, it appears probable that 2022 will be our last year to wonder why Skull & Bones isn''t still out.