In Australia, “Skull & Bones” Is Graded, And There Is No Pirate Nudity

The game will be released by the end of March 2023, according to Ubisoft.

The Australian Classification Board has given “Skull & Bones” a rating, indicating that Ubisoft’s troublesome pirate simulator is nearing its long-awaited release.

Many of the data from a recent Korean ratings board entry for “Skull & Bones”, including its Mature classification, are confirmed by Australia’s rating. Themes, violence, profanity, drug use, and sex are all listed as having “moderate effect” in Australia, but there is no nuance. It remains to be seen, or rather unseen, how “Skull & Bones” handles mild sex with zero nudity.

The official consumer advisory brief contains some answers as well as a few additional, predictable information. It contains mature themes, violence, drug use, foul language and sexual references, as well as internet involvement and in-game sales.

Ubisoft's Skull & Bones has suffered eight years of troubled development |  Rock Paper ShotgunLast month, a lengthy “Skull & Bones” leaked video detailed the game’s plot and setting. In a multiplayer-focused naval adventure, it appears that you’ll traverse the Indian Ocean during the “golden era of pirate,” fighting other players for riches and status.

Despite recurrent allegations of a prolonged and chaotic production process, Ubisoft declared in February that work on “Skull & Bones” is “doing well,” and that its release was anticipated for the next fiscal year.

The business doubled down on this projection in its most recent earnings conference, adding Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope to the list of titles set to release by March 31, 2023.

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