Rare's big partnership with Disney is now live, bringing a huge amount of fresh content to the world's biggest and boldest pirate adventure. Sea of Thieves: A Pirate's Life is available for free to owners, and is available in Xbox Game Pass too.
In just a few short days, Sea of Thieves will be releasing its massive Pirates of the Caribbean crossover. After seeing more of it for ourselves, here's why we think it might be the biggest update the game has ever seen.
Sea of Thieves is a multiplayer-driven piracy adventure title. With an established history in game development, Rare’s latest project looks to venture into a relatively untouched territory, allowing players to fulfill their pirate fantasies. Taking place in a shared world, Sea of Thieves’ gameplay heavily revolves around online player interaction. Whether continuing your adventure with...
As part of Best Buy's 3-Day Microsoft sale, you can grab Sea of Thieves for half price. The game has received several major updates since its launch three years ago, and there's never been a better time to play.
When Sea of Thieves launched back in 2018 it had a serious content problem, but after 3 years of updates and plenty of massive additions to the game there's never been a better time to grab a crew and hit the seas.
To prepare for Rare's maiden voyage into seasonal content updates, we sat down with Executive Producer Joe Neate and Creative Director Mike Chapman to discuss all the big things coming with Season One and what the future of this pirate sandbox game holds.
Sea of Thieves already runs well on Microsoft's latest consoles but if you own an Xbox Series X, there's another mode coming. Rare confirmed today that Sea of Thieves is getting a 1080p 120 FPS mode on Xbox Series X.
Rare released details today on how its pirate adventure game Sea of Thieves is improved on next-generation hardware. Sea of Thieves runs at 4K 60 FPS on Xbox Series X, with the Xbox Series S version running at 1080p 60 FPS.