What you need to know
- Sea of Thieves is a first-person adventure from Rare.
- The game has received many updates over the past few years.
- It just got the Haunted Shores update.
- Expect more ghost ships and other challenges.
Sea of Thieves is a first-person adventure game from Rare. You can go on solo adventures or team up with others to find loot. Today, the game got the Haunted Shores update that adds new cosmetic items and a fleet of ghost ships. You can take a look at the trailer below which details a lot of the content.
This may sound odd, but I'm really excited for the golden pets. They look amazing and even though they have a steampunk aesthetic, fit right into the Sea of Thieves world. The game has grown a lot over the past few months, and if you're looking to dive back in, you should do so now. It's a lot of fun and a vast improvement over when it first launched.
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