Ubisoft did not see God of War Ragnark as a direct rival to her Skull and Bones

Ubisoft did not see God of War Ragnark as a direct rival to her Skull and Bones

The Twinfinite portal, referring to an interview between Ubisoft and investors, reported that the French publisher had commented on the competition of its online pirate action Skull and Bones with God of War Ragnark.

Remember, Santa Monica Studio's hotly expected adventure will be released on November 9 on PS4 and PS5, and the release of Skull and Bones is expected only a day early on November 8, in PC, console and cloud services versions.

Analysts predicted that the proximity of a large exclusive PlayStation such as God of War Ragnark could harm sales of Skull and Bones, but Ubisoft did not see the new adventure of Cratos and Atray as a direct rival.

According to Ubisoft's director, Frederick Dugue, a different target audience, and the Ubisoft project is also available on more platforms.

Ubisoft CEO Eve Guillaume added that despite all the positive qualities of the new God of War, Skull and Bones would have to compete with her at the end of the year.

At the same time, Ubisoft, on Nintendo Switch in the fall, competition by Mario + Rabbbids Sparks of Hope is noted, so the game is expected to do a great deal.

In the same financial report, Ubisoft announced that two games would be postponed.