What you need to know
- Sea of Thieves is an open-world pirate adventure from Rare.
- Twitch Prime members can claim free in-game items right now.
- The cosmetics include a pet monkey, emotes, and ship liveries.
- You can play Sea of Thieves through Xbox Game Pass.
Recently, Twitch Prime announced it lineup for free games and in-game loot available for subscribers in December 2019. It looks like there's a promotion going on with Sea of Thieves, too. From December 2 to December 31, members can claim a bunch of amazing items here, including a pet, in the game. Since Sea of Thieves is all about cosmetic customization, these Twitch Prime items should help you stand out in the game.
For those unfamiliar with the title, Sea of Thieves is an open-world pirate adventure that has received a lot of features since launch. There are even single-player stories now. As with any game that relies on emergent experiences, Sea of Thieves keeps on attracting players due to new events. It keeps on getting a lot of new features every month.
What do you want to see in Sea of Thieves in the future? Let us know. There are definitely a lot of exciting projects in the work at the team, and we can't wait to see where it takes them in 2020.
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