What you need to know
- Sea of Thieves is getting a Halo-themed Spartan Ship Set.
- People can earn it by playing Sea of Thieves between June 10 and June 15.
- The game topped 8.4 million players recently.
If you have Sea of Thieves, remember to hop in sometime this week because you'll receive a free Spartan Ship Set! It may not be Halo Infinite, but it just might fill that Halo fix you need in your life.
We're proud to unveil the @Halo-inspired Spartan Ship Set, made in partnership with our friends at 343 Industries. Earn it by battling in The Arena on the E3 show floor OR by playing #SeaOfThieves at any time between now and 23:59 BST on Saturday! pic.twitter.com/GOrjvzmBzcWe're proud to unveil the @Halo-inspired Spartan Ship Set, made in partnership with our friends at 343 Industries. Earn it by battling in The Arena on the E3 show floor OR by playing #SeaOfThieves at any time between now and 23:59 BST on Saturday! pic.twitter.com/GOrjvzmBzc— Sea of Thieves (@SeaOfThieves) June 10, 2019June 10, 2019
Sea of Thieves received a bit of flak for not having enough content, but developer Rare has been working hard to rectify that with frequent content drops. The company also shared that it now has over 8.4 million players.
It's a pirates life for me.
Sea of Thieves is an open-ended multiplayer pirate adventure like no other. However, it still needs precisely fifty new features before it can achieve true perfection.
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"Sea of Thieves received a bit of flak for not having enough content" It's really time to drop this. That was nearly 15 months ago they've since added a ton of new content for free. What's the point in constantly mentioning this in every article about Sea of Thieves? It's out outdated narrative--and one that never made sense anyway for a GaaS game. Sea of Thieves has way more content and things to do now then most other games.
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