Ubisoft's upcoming pirate adventure game, "Skull and Bones", has been under scrutiny by players and testers alike, who have given mixed reactions to the closed beta version.
According to insider and blogger Tom Henderson, who spoke with over ten participants of the closed testing, only a few were satisfied with the game while the rest found it lacking in uniqueness. One of the biggest criticisms was the absence of land battles, which disappointed some players. However, developers explained that it was too late in the game's development to implement such significant changes.
Additionally, testers reported numerous critical bugs in the current build that directly affect gameplay. This is likely a concern for Ubisoft as well, as the company postponed a press event where journalists were set to try out the game. The event was originally scheduled for early February.
Sources close to Henderson, including two "Skull and Bones" developers, revealed that they were not surprised by the mixed feedback as the game still had a long way to go. However, they remain optimistic about the future of the game and are confident that they can deliver a high-quality experience to players.
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