After a long wait since it first came to light in 2017, Skull and Bones will finally set sail this February 16, 2024. If you’re wondering about the game’s end-game content and how long it takes to beat Skull and Bones, you’ve come to the right place. Understanding the length of the game is crucial to making your pre-order decision and determine whether the game is worth it.
Get to play as a pirate captain in the Indian Ocean during the second Golden Age of Piracy, completing missions, forging alliances, and engaging in acts of piracy, increase infamy level, and unlock access to more powerful ships, weapons, and abilities. Sirus Gaming attended the media event at Ubisoft Singapore for Skull and Bones and we’re happy to share the following information from the developers.
How long to beat Skull and Bones?
According to Neven Dravinski, Senior producer of the game, to beat Skull and Bones, players can expect:
Main Story Campaign: Approximately 25+ hours to complete the main campaign contracts.
Additional Side Content: Over 40+ hours of additional side content, including optional missions, exploration, and challenges.
Endgame Content: Over 80+ hours of endgame content, where players can engage in post-campaign activities, such as conquering legendary Pirate Lords, seizing control of key territories, and building their empire on the high seas. (Also see: Skull and Bones: Endgame Explained)
With a total gameplay experience spanning well over 100 hours, Skull and Bones offers players a vast and immersive journey through the Golden Age of Piracy, ensuring plenty of adventure, exploration, and naval mayhem along the way.