It looks like Disney and Rare have decided to finally give Sea of Thieves players the crossover made in heaven, as the Pirates of the Caribbean crew has graced the Sea of Thieves in an original new story in A Pirate's Life, coming for free on June 22nd.
Rare's pirate adventure game, Sea of Thieves, has hit a rather impressive milestone. The studio announced today via Twitter that in three years since it launched on Xbox One and PC, Sea of Thieves has seen 20 million pirates set sail.
The latest update for Sea of Thieves has released to the high seas bringing about new events and more.
120 Hz support for the Xbox Series X for Sea of Thieves has arrived as part of a recent update, plus several fixed issues.
Season One for Sea of Thieves hits the high seas on January 28 (tomorrow), and here's what you need to know.
Sea of Thieves received a number of complaints that players were missing in-game rewards. The issue began around New Years, during the Gold & Glory Weekend. After investigating the issue, Rare has determined that the rewards are unrecoverable, and will instead compensate all players that played Sea of Thieves during that time.
December 14th is a special day for Sea of Thieves as it marks their 1000th day of the game being live since launch in April of 2017. While most games generally celebrate annual milestones, Rare is making an exception and providing players who login between December 13th and December 16th with a special 1000 Days Eyepatch.
Rare has released Vault of the Ancients, a big, free update for Sea of Thieves. Tons of new content, rewards, explorable areas, and even some furry companions, have joined the game.
The Ashen Winds update is set to arrive in Sea of Thieves on July 29 featuring some improved hit registration.
In an announcement on Xbox Wire by Joe Neate, the Executive Producer from RARE, Sea of Thieves passed the 15 million player threshold. Several other details regarding the growing popularity were provided about Sea of Thieves, which launched on XBOX One way back in March of 2018.
Release notes for Sea of Thieves newest content update, called Haunted Shores, have been shared, pointing to some new additions.