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Sea Of Thieves: 10 Things We Learned About The New Game For Xbox One And PC

It's the final countdown.

As the sun sets on the final Sea of Thieves beta, we are counting down to the full release of Rare’s seafaring pirate game which is just days away. And throughout the past month we’ve had the opportunity to dive into some of the title’s latest additions during a live studio visit and numerous betas. From pirate legends to skeleton raids to goofy cosmetics and beyond, updates on the game’s features have been aplenty.

To make things a little bit easier for you, we’ve gathered all the recent details in one place to help you prepare for the game’s launch. In the video above, we discuss the various voyages you will embark on, the different forms of endgame content you’ll strive towards, and the beast that will hunt you across the sea. If you prefer a written version, check out our 10 Reasons We’re Excited For Sea Of Thieves gallery.

Sea of Thieves officially releases on March 20 for PC and Xbox One. Those who subscribe to the Xbox Game Pass program will gain entry to the full game on day-one. Players will also have access to both the Xbox One and PC versions of the game since it is part of Xbox Play Anywhere. In addition, Sea of Thieves will support cross-play between the two platforms. If you are planning on playing the game on PC, Microsoft has additionally shared the recommended specs for sailing the ocean in 4K. And finally during our studio visit, we had the chance to play the title at Rare’s headquarters and you can find out what we thought in our Sea of Thieves preview.

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