Sea of Thieves can be anything!

Alicia Guzman
June 13, 2017

This gameplay shows off a variety of things you'll be doing in Sea of Thieves, like exploring islands for treasure and doing battle with other pirate ships. Sea of Thieves is set for a release in early 2018 for the Xbox One, Xbox One X and PC. In the meantime, let's go back to the game's announcement and look at everything we've learned about it so far.

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Sea of Thieves, from United Kingdom developer Rare, is described as a shared world adventure. It'll have an unlocked framerate and support ultrawide aspect ratios, both of which are good to hear.

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