Ubisoft’s ‘Quadruple-A, Biggest Ever’ Game Sure Doesn’t Feel Like It

After endless delays thought to date back to the Golden Age of Piracy, Ubisoft’s open-world pirate-ship service game Skull and Bones is nearly here. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot (via VGC) has defended the game’s £70 price tag by declaring it a “quadruple-A” game, while former Creative Director Elisabeth Pellen declared its open world the “biggest open world that Ubisoft has ever created” in an interview with IGN.

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