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Watch as wholesome Sea of Thieves pirates give out free treasure chests for Easter

Sea of Thieves Find Kraken
Sea of Thieves Find Kraken (Image credit: Xbox Game Studios)

Sea of Thieves is a polarizing title. On the one hand, players yearning for a more traditional RPG experience have been decrying the lack of progression in the game, while millions of others have been sailing the seas, indulging in social experiences utilizing the intersecting mechanics offered by the game.

I saw this video from groble on Twitter, and just had to share, as it truly represents the magic that Rare has managed to capture in Sea of Thieves.

This happened tonight in @SeaofThieves and its one of the most amazing things I've experienced online. @majornelson @rareltd @gamerboss sort these guys out with some goodies pic.twitter.com/RJ2KlCRUwb— groble (@groble) March 30, 2018

In the video (you might have to disable adblockers to view it above), two young chaps drop free chests on groble's boat, noting that they're doing "good deeds" for Good Friday. Watching the video, I was expecting groble to slay them, or for the lads to blow up a powder keg and destroy the boat, or... something. I was expecting something mean to happen. But no, the wholesome pirates swim back to their boat, humming a merry tune.

In a world where gamer toxicity is persistently in the limelight, it's important to remember that kindness does exist on the world wide web. Rare seems to have built a game that, while designed from the ground up for piracy, theft, and, well, evil, that somehow, it is inspiring positive behavior that isn't often equated with multiplayer games.

Sea of Thieves is available now for Xbox and PC for $59.99, and $9.99 on Xbox Game Pass.

Jez Corden is a Senior Editor for Windows Central, focusing primarily on all things Xbox and gaming. Jez is known for breaking exclusive news and analysis as relates to the Microsoft ecosystem while being powered by caffeine. Follow on Twitter @JezCorden and listen to his Xbox Two podcast, all about, you guessed it, Xbox!

4 Comments
  • Good stuffs. I just commented on the other article that this kind of game let you choose your way to enjoy it, quietly or violently, you decide. I like this kind of stuff.
  • I tried that as well, did not work out good for me.
  • lol
  • If more of the kids playing multiplayer games where like these kids, I wouldn't be so anti-multiplayer games.
    Unfortunately these are a rare thing to come buy.