I'll throw it out there, I didn't really care much for Sea of Thieves before actually getting our game code from Microsoft and installing the game. I didn't really follow the hype, nor did I spend time in any of the scale tests, however I feel that because of this I found I had a much better experience than those who've been waiting for the game since its announcement.
Sea of Thieves #1 from Titan Comics had a pretty difficult job to do: Introduce a story into a world where the players themselves tell the tales. That being said, the comic introduced us to a cast of characters perfectly fitting the cut-throat world of Sea of Thieves and had me fully invested, but does this continue in Sea of Thieves #2? You god damn better believe it.
Sea of Thieves is Rare's latest big hit which throws players into a world of pirate shenanigans. As they embark on the titular Sea...
Sea of Thieves has been out for a good couple of weeks and the initial boom of players, thanks to the Xbox Game Pass, have sailed away into the sunset leaving the waters a little calmer than before. So, I thought it'd be a good time to reflect on our adventures look towards the horizon to see what's in store.
Sea of Thieves version 1.0.6 is available to download right now and introduces a sizeable amount of content to the game for players to further customise their pirates. Developer Rare have also released a new dev diary highlighting the future of the game.
Sea of Thieves went down for maintenance today as patch 1.0.5 rolls out which is set to bring a number of improvements including the...
Rare has released a brand new update for Sea of Thieves which squashes a bunch of bugs, makes the game more stable, and puts an end to the idea of a Death Cost.
Sea of Thieves is, at its core, an open world sandbox role playing game in that the roles are ones you create as part of your crew. The game itself offers little to no direction in terms of getting started, so beginning the game can be quite daunting. Fortunately I've got a few starting points to get you well on your way to becoming a master pirate.
Unsurprisingly, Microsoft and Rare's anticipated first party title, Sea of Thieves, has managed to sail into first place following its launch last week.
Sea of Thieves launched earlier this week and since then the game has been struggling to stay afloat - pardon the pun. So to address the game's rough launch, Rare have released a developer video.
Despite a number of scale tests, it looks like Microsoft's big first party hit, Sea of Thieves, isn't managing to stay afloat amongst the swarms of players attempting to get aboard.