Ubisoft defends 80 euros for quadruple A open world game

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The French company has promised to fill the world of pirates with content for years to come with the upcoming release of Skull & Bones. Ubisoft has enabled access to the open beta of its pirate open world, with the full version set to hit stores on February 16 after numerous delays.

The game will be available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, with a launch price of 79.99 euros for console versions and 59.99 euros for PC. During a recent call with investors, Ubisoft’s CEO, Yves Guillemot, was asked about the price of the game and whether it could limit the player base. He not only justified the cost, but also argued that Skull & Bones is a game of a different category.

Guillemot emphasized that Skull & Bones is a full-fledged game and a complete triple-A, quadruple-A experience that will pay off in the long run. The game has been designed as a game as a service, with a programmed roadmap that will continually introduce new missions and content, promising to provide a long-term experience for players.

In addition to the open beta, Ubisoft has revealed plans to introduce new content and missions for Skull & Bones, promising to provide a vast and complete experience for players.

The game’s potential to establish itself as a long-term experience has generated excitement among players eagerly awaiting its release. As the release date approaches, the anticipation for Skull & Bones continues to grow, with fans eager to embark on their pirate adventures in the expansive open world.

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