Pirate enthusiasts now have even more to look toward at the end of the year in addition to Skull & Bones from Ubisoft, which is unquestionably one of the most eagerly awaited games of 2022.
Following the launch of the game, Dark Horse Books will publish a new hardback titled The Art of Skull & Bones.
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The Art of Skull of Bones includes a variety of character designs, developer biographies, and other backstage materials that shed some light on the creation of the game, just like all of Dark Horse’s video game art books do.
Given how long and how frequently Skull and Bones have been postponed, it should make for some fairly fascinating reading.
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The numerous vibrant players and ships that make up this expansive pirate experience will also receive special attention in The Art of Skull and Bones.
The world of Skull and Bones was masterfully crafted by the crew, featuring a variety of locales, ships, and people, “said art director Kobe Sek in a news release from Dark Horse.
“We are honored to be able to share a sneak peek of our game’s original artwork, which has never before been seen. We hope you’ll enjoy exploring the unusual location influenced by the Indian Ocean and losing yourself in Skull & Bones’ pirate imagination!
Priced at $49.99, The Art of Skull and Bones will be available on December 20 in bookshops and retail outlets and on December 21 in comic shops.
Ubisoft has finally announced a launch date for the game on November 8, following numerous postponements. Visit this page to learn everything there is to know about Skull and Bones, including gameplay information.
The Art of God of War Ragnarok, The Art of Horizon: Forbidden West, The Art of Halo Infinite, The Art of Death loop, and The Art of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe are occasional earlier Dark Horse art books.