As Ubisoft CEO dubs Skull and Bones a quadruple A game, beta players say it’s not worth the $70 price of entry

Skull and Bones screenshot

Ubisoft has defended Skull and Bones‘ lofty price tag, dubbing it a “quadruple A game,” but many who’ve played the recent beta aren’t sold on it. 

Skull and Bones’ journey to store shelves has been anything but smooth sailing, and if you’re planning on finally setting sail on this high-seas adventure, it’s going to cost you no less than $70. 

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