Ubisoft Boasts "Record Player Engagement" for Skull and Bones

The company says that players spend over 4 hours in-game per day, adding that it's their second-highest mark.

Image credit: Ubisoft, Skull and Bones

Skull and Bones, a pirate adventure that finally saw the light on February 16, seems to surprise Ubisoft with its recent "record player engagement" numbers.

In the company's latest press release, Ubisoft reported record-breaking player engagement, with players spending an average of more than four hours daily in the game.

According to the company, this marked a new record for them, noting that only one other game had surpassed Skull and Bones in terms of playtime. However, Ubisoft didn't disclose the specific title that outperformed their latest release.

Image credit: Ubisoft, Skull and Bones

Earlier, industry insider Tom Henderson also reported a similar average player engagement time in Skull and Bones. Adding to that, he mentioned that around 850,000 players had joined the game within the first week of its release.

Speaking of the game, Skull and Bones launched its first season almost two weeks ago, offering players challenges against pirates in the Indian Ocean and a showdown with vicious Pirate Lord Philippe La Peste. Throughout the season, players will have the opportunity to unlock exclusive ships, weaponry, equipment, and more.

Have you played the game? Do you think that players actually spend over four hours playing Skull and Bones?

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