Remember Skull & Bones?
Ubisoft has been hitting it out of the park with their recent releases, with the success of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey propelling the company to greater heights.
And with The Division 2 set to launch in a few weeks, Skull & Bones has been conspicuously quiet on the marketing front.
Skull & Bones was supposed to release in Fall 2018 but was delayed to 2019. The pirate-themed game focused on naval combat and received mixed reactions when announced.
The effort led by Ubisoft Singapore was supposed to have a beta in 2018, but no date was set.
As The Hollywood Reporter revealed, it is surprising to learn that Skull & Bones will be getting a companion television show.
Working with Atlas Entertainment, Skull & Bones will be a “female-driven drama set in the lawless frontier of the Indian Ocean at the end of the golden age of piracy in the 1700s.”
The pilot will be written and executive produced by Amanda Segel (The Mist), together with Atlas Entertainment’s Andy Horwitz and Richard Suckle.