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Ubisoft has revealed the helm controller for Skull and Bones

Ubisoft has revealed the helm controller for Skull and Bones

Skull and Bones has arrived, the latest game from Ubisoft, in which we can play the role of pirates. The developers have produced a rudder controller for this purpose.

02.16.2024 – When it comes to consoles, some development teams can get quite wild. I'm thinking of Square Enix here, for example. Dragon Quest The blue slime-shaped controller was available for both PS and Switch, and is still considered one of the most useless exclusive video game accessories to this day. The idea itself was cool, but judging by the feedback, it's more of a good joke than a usable controller. The design is uncomfortable, and no one wants to play on it in the long run. But let's admit that the factory Nintendo 64 controller or the Resident Evil 4 chainsaw controller was just a bad idea. Now Skull and Bones developer Ubisoft has signed up to enter the “Weird Control Club.”

This way you will feel like you are really at sea

We have reached the official release period for Skull and Bones, a game that we thought had been completely forgotten by Ubisoft for some time. Then last year, you could hear about it again, and then you could be sure that the project would at least get to the point of publication. The core game itself has changed a lot, since the success of Assassin's Creed Black Flag, Ubisoft is working on the game. The result was eventually a “pirate simulator” based on ship battles. So, if you want the developers to invite you into a third-person hacking adventure similar to Black Flag, unfortunately I have to disappoint you. This makes the concept seem more creative, and purchasing is no longer fun, a On twitch At the time of writing this article, several people are streaming gameplay.

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To add to the excitement, Ubisoft shared a video showing off the helm controller it made exclusively for Skull and Bones. Using this strange controller, the developers maneuver between foam and enemy ships. It should be a lot of fun to play with a device like this, but we probably won't be able to use it for anything else. That's why Ubisoft doesn't even provide a steering wheel, it's only made for promotional purposes. Regardless, it's funny that so much time and energy was invested in its design and production, and then it was never put on sale…

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