Skull And Bones technical testing will begin this week

Skull And Bones technical testing will begin this week

This news comes from insider Tom Henderson, who claims that invitations for Skull and Bones technical playtests have already been sent out and will begin later this week.
For those who don't know, playtests are when a group of people try out an unfinished version of a game so that developers can fix possible glitches or bugs, fix gameplay flaws, balance the game if it's a multiplayer game, or make a host of other fixes and tweaks.As for the strange and rather sudden design change on Ubisoft's website, Skull and Bones reportedly underwent many problems during development.
The game's design was allegedly a particularly problematic point, with people on the development team asking questions like, \"Are you playing as a pirate or as a boat?\" This change in branding may indicate that the game is finally on track after more than 8 years of development hell and ready for a new release.In fact, Ubisoft is so confident that Skull And Bones is in good shape that it recently launched a fan insider program.
You'll have to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), but you'll also get to play early versions of Skull and Bones to offer feedback to the developers to improve the game.
This program was announced in March, but it looks like you can still sign up on Ubisoft's site if you're interested.

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