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Rare: Sea of Thieves Map Size Is Linked To The Frequency of Encounters; Ship Numbers per World Might Increase

Talking to Windows Central, though, Rare’s Executive Producer Joe Neate revealed some newsworthy details on how the map size in Sea of Thieves is intrinsically connected to the frequency of encounters with other player ships. In other games, you see developers bolting on new pieces as time goes on, but for us, the world size …

Rare Says Sea Of Thieves Will Run Well Even On Crappy PCs

Usually, when developers talk about PC ports of big games, they emphasize top-tier performance. The best possible graphics, the highest resolutions. God rays, 4k, a million frames per second. Rare, though, has taken a different approach with Sea of Thieves. The game, Rare says, will run capably on a whole host of different PC configurations. …

Why Sea of Thieves Ship Crews Only Support 4 Players

After a lengthy absence, Rare is back and nearing completion of its latest game called Sea of Thieves. This open world multiplayer title lets players live out their pirate fantasies by looking for treasure, sailing massive ships, and even engaging in hostile takeovers, getting blind drunk, or sword fighting. The recent beta was largely a …

Sea of Thieves Xbox One Bundles Leak

With an impending release just weeks away, the highly-anticipated action-adventure game by Rare, Sea of Thieves, has attracted a great deal of attention from fans. Now, as has so often been the case before other high-profile releases, new details have seemingly leaked online about the game’s bundle options and prices. Two bundles for the Xbox release …

Special Edition Sea Of Thieves Hard Drive And Custom Controller Stands Revealed By Xbox

Last month, Xbox revealed a Sea of Thieves Xbox One controller that would make any pirate come running for that booty. A specially designed accessory complete with sea-green splatter, an overall deep purple color looking properly worn, and compass design on the left joystick. It’s certainly a sight and a treasure to behold, but why stop …