CD Projekt exec mocks Ubisoft's 'AAAA' game Skull and Bones, says studio will now make 'AAAA' games

A CD Projekt Red executive mocked fellow publisher Ubisoft and its failed attempt to classify Skull and Bones as an “AAAA” game.

AAA is usually a label given to blockbuster games by companies with deep pockets to indicate that these games were expensive to make. The label is usually meaningless. At best, it gives us an idea of ​​the game's budget. At worst, it's marketing language used to convince potential customers that high production values ​​make a good game.

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