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Skull and Bones PlayStation 5 Immersion Trailer Released

Learn more about the immersion features coming to the PlayStation 5 version of Ubisoft Singapore’s Skull and Bones with the latest trailer for the game.

In the PlayStation 5 version of Skull & Bones, players can take to the seas in stunning 4K HDR on compatible displays. Haptic feedback with the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller will let players feel elements like waves crashing, while tension and power can be felt with the controller’s Adaptive Triggers.

3D audio that lets players pinpoint incoming threats will be supported, and players can compete against their friends with challenges on the PlayStation 5.

See it for yourself with the trailer below:

Skull and Bones: PS5® Immersion Trailer

In case you missed it, the Skull and Bones launch trailer was recently released as well – be sure to check it out below:

Skull and Bones: Launch Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on February 16. However, one can play Skull and Bones three days early with either the Premium Edition or by subscribing to Ubisoft+. An Open Beta for Skull and Bones will also run from February 8 to February 11.

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Learn more about the immersion features coming to the PlayStation 5 version of Ubisoft Singapore’s Skull and Bones with the latest trailer for the game. In the PlayStation 5 version of Skull & Bones, players can take to the seas in stunning 4K HDR on compatible displays. Haptic feedback with the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller …
Learn more about the immersion features coming to the PlayStation 5 version of Ubisoft Singapore’s Skull and Bones with the latest trailer for the game. In the PlayStation 5 version of Skull & Bones, players can take to the seas in stunning 4K HDR on compatible displays. Haptic feedback with the PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller …
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