Details about Ubisoft's long-awaited pirate game have purportedly slipped out via the Xbox Store.

Skull & Bones, a high seas piracy game from Ubisoft, is seemingly getting closer to release after years of anticipation

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There are both overt and covert indicators, such as Ubisoft's request for testers in March and the April leak of a six-minute video demonstrating NPC mutinies and ship building

 Aggiornamenti Lumia, a Twitter account, has recently revealed yet another leak, claiming that the game will eventually arrive on November 8.

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An official announcement of Skull and Bones is "imminent," according to Aggiornamenti Lumia, which is renowned for leaking material from the Microsoft and Xbox online stores

Additionally, Xbox Store listings with presale bonus details are about to go live.

When Skull & Bones was first announced in 2017, it made a great first impression, but problems soon followed.

The game has experienced numerous delays, and in 2020, the general director of Ubisoft Singapore

the development company, was fired as a result of an audit exposing extensive workplace wrongdoing

Most recently, it was moved to FY2023, which, according to a calendar, places it between April 1 and March 31 of the following year.

Although the November release date isn't confirmed, it fits with other recent Skull and Bones news, such as the game's recent debut on the ESRB website.

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This suggests that Skull and Bones will be released sooner rather than later

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