After what initially seemed like a very quiet half of the year, the fall release schedule for video games is finally starting to take shape.
Ubisoft has finally announced a release date for its long-delayed pirate game “Skull & Bones” which will arrive on November 8 on PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. A series of live tests will take place before the game is released.
Inspired by the Indian Ocean during the Golden Age of Piracy, the multiplayer game sees players grow from outcast to infamous pirate – crafting a variety of unique ships to survive, thrive and rule in an immersive world .
While it hasn’t set a specific date, Supermassive Games isn’t resting after the success of “The Quarry” and is continuing its annual Dark Pictures entry coming out this fall.
“The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me” will be set in a hotel owned by a wealthy recluse who is obsessed with serial killer HH Holmes and has therefore created his own hotel with a maze layout and trappings. Check out the trailer that was just released below:
The titles will arrive in the middle of a busy window with “Marvel’s Midnight Suns” on October 7, “A Plague Tale: Requiem” on October 18, “Gotham Knights” on October 25, “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II” on October 28 October, “God of War Ragnarök” on November 9 and “The Callisto Protocol” on December 2.