Sea of Thieves is an upcoming pirate multiplayer game from the legendary Rare, exclusive to the Xbox One and Windows 10 platforms. In Sea of Thieves, crews of up to four players can sail around a vast oceanic world, solving riddles, finding treasure, battling mythical creatures (including the Kraken), all while earning piles of cosmetic rewards.
Still, there are many unanswered questions that remain about the game, and I've still seen plenty of people still unsure about whether or not Sea of Thieves is the game "for them." So, I thought I'd create a forum thread where we can discuss anything and everything Sea of Thieves, as we head towards the game's planned March 20, 2018, launch date.
Is Sea of Thieves your kind of game? What concerns do you still have? Is there anything about the game you're still unsure about? Jump in the forum thread and let's discuss it!
For more of our Sea of Thieves coverage, hit the links below!
- Sea of Thieves on Windows Central
- Sea of Thieves limited-edition Xbox One controller hands-on (video)
- Purchasable pirate pets and future Sea of Thieves plans
- All about the Kraken in Sea of Thieves
- Discussing the Sea of Thieves vision with Rare
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