It is a fact that games are becoming increasingly expensive. In particular, unexpectedly, blockbusters and super products that are rated as having AAA quality have been pushed up by distributors to the price of $70 (nearly 2 million VND) instead of about $60 as before. This is explained by the increase in production costs as well as the application of the most advanced and modern technologies today. But sometimes, quality does not come with price. Typically the case of Skull and Bones below.
The blockbuster that Ubisoft has cherished and prepared for a long time with countless delays and delays in its release date has recently surprised many people with its price of $70. It’s worth mentioning that, right from the launch of the test versions, Skull and Bones has received many negative reviews in terms of quality, limited content and lack of necessary appeal like previous PR performances. there. But that is the mindset of gamers. As for Yves Guillemot, Ubisoft’s CEO, everything is extremely reasonable and this $70 price reflects the quality of the game.
Specifically, he thinks this is an extremely high-quality game, complete and worth every penny. In addition, Skull and Bones is also considered a AAA quality game, sometimes AAAA, and will bring long-term value to players. Of course, Ubisoft has a lot of hope in Skull and Bones as this is one of two blockbuster projects that this developer will release this year along with Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown. As for the quality of the game, we still need a few more days to wait and see.
It is known that Skull and Bones will soon be released on February 16, and the beta version of the game is now available for gamers to experience.