Skull and Bones Season 1 Gameplay Trailer Released

The team at Ubisoft Singapore has outlined what’s to come in Season 1 of their seafaring adventure Skull and Bones.

As part of the Year 1 Roadmap for the game, the “Raging Tides” Season 1 of Skull and Bones will feature a wealth of content. This includes a battle with Philippe la Peste, Faction Convoys, the Kingpin Tylosaurus, and Territory Control.

New Takeover Opportunities will also be included, including Hostile Takeover and Legendary Heist. Finally, New Season Rewards will be included.

Learn more with the Skull and Bones Season 1 gameplay trailer below:

Skull and Bones: Season 1 Gameplay Trailer

Players can purchase Skull and Bones on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC (via the Ubisoft Store, Amazon Luna, GeForce Now and Epic Games Store).

Be sure to check out our review of Skull and Bones, which we gave a score of 80/100:

”If you can stomach the rough seas of the early game, Skull & Bones has a bounty of live-service content on offer. The end-game mechanics and loot loop rely completely and entirely on the combat system that, thankfully, is one that delivers with every firing of a cannon. Taking over towns and cities, conquering trade routes, climbing the leaderboards – Skull & Bones is a thrilling ride. It’s just a shame that it can take 30-40 hours to get there.”Skull and Bones Review, Gamers Heroes

Source: YouTube, Ubisoft
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