Ubisoft has revealed that one of the upcoming seasonal Skull and Bones multiplayer occasions will convey consciousness to the risks of overfishing sharks. This is part of an initiative with the Playing For The Planet Alliance, which seeks to work with the gaming trade to “inspire young people to learn and act in support of the environment.”
How this Skull and Bones multiplayer occasion will work
One of the seasonal dwell occasions for Skull and Bones could have “players contribute to community challenges” primarily based on defending marine wildlife, based on Wong Yi, Senior Gameplay Programmer at Ubisoft Singapore, on an official blog post on Playing For The Planet. He writes:
Our first activation will tackle useful resource exploitation, displaying what occurs within the game world and the true world when the demand for sharks’ fin ends in the overfishing of sharks. Players could have the selection to contribute to marine wildlife safety and comprehend the destruction nature of the shark fin commerce.
As the neighborhood completes milestones in the course of the occasion, extra rewards might be unlocked for all gamers relying on their degree of participation. It’s unclear how precisely the world of Skull and Bones will change in the course of the occasion and how essential sharks are to the core gameplay and the in-game economic system. Given that the game’s growth has shifted from a single-player narrative to a live-service “multiplayer-first” model, it could appear to be this occasion will influence all gamers whether or not they choose into the occasion or not.
The November release date and pre-order bonuses for Skull and Bones have apparently been leaked by an Xbox dataminer. Insider Tom Henderson believes that Ubisoft might be “re-revealing Skull and Bones during the week of July 4th.” The PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game also seemed to be canceled based on a current ranking from Brazil.
Other firms like PlayStation have had related environmental initiatives such because the Plant and Play program for Horizon Forbidden West.
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