Ubisoft's recently delayed pirate game Skull and Bones reemerged at E3 flaunting broadsides to go weak at the knees over.
Ubisoft has announced that Skull and Bones, its upcoming open-world pirate adventure, will now launch during the 2019 financial year (so between April 2019 and March 2020), rather than this year as originally planned.
Skull & Bones isn't just about blowing other people's pirate ships out of the water in player-versus-player battles - the game has a story-based campaign, too.
During Ubisoft's E3 2017 media briefing, the company unveiled a new pirate game due out in autumn 2018: Skull & Bones. The news didn't exactly come as a surprise to the developers at Rare, makers of fellow 2018 pirate game Sea of Thieves, but they'll have watched the detailed gameplay trailers with interest nonetheless.