Skull and Bones Twitch Drops Not Working, Snow Leopard Not Showing

If you think that Skull and Bones Twitch Drops are not working, you are not going crazy. The final open beta for Ubisoft’s pirate simulator is now live. To celebrate the occasion and promote the game on Twitch, the developers have set up a nice reward via Twitch. However, it seems that many players are not receiving the Snow Leopard pet after watching a stream for an hour. Is this a bug or something else? Here’s what we know.

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Skull and Bones Twitch Drops Not Working, Snow Leopard Not Showing
Skull and Bones Twitch Drops Not Working, Snow Leopard Not Showing

Why are Skull and Bones Twitch Drops Not Working?

Let’s get this straight from the get-go. Your Twitch drops are most likely working just fine. If a Twitch Drop bar is filling in while watching any Skull and Bones stream, that means that it works as intended. Once you complete an hour of watching, Twitch should inform you that you have earned the Snow Leopard pet as a reward. However, keep in mind that you need to claim your reward from the Drops Inventory page until 24 hours after the Drops campaign has ended.

Another important thing is that your Ubisoft Connect and Twitch accounts need to be connected. That’s how Twitch will know where to send the reward. Thus, before you even start watching, ensure that you have connected these two platforms. However, what do you do if you have connected them and then claimed the reward from your Drops Inventory, and it is still not showing in-game? What’s the issue?

Why is Skull and Bones Snow Leopard Not Showing In-game?

The most likely reason why the reword is still not showing in-game is that the game is currently in the open beta. Hence, while we can not confirm with absolute certainty, we can safely assume that the Snow Leopard Twitch Drop reward will be delivered in-game once Skull and Bones fully launches next week. Thus, there’s no need to worry. If you’ve done everything correctly, your pet will be there on February 16, 2024.

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