If you're like me, meandering across this Earth without an Xbox One or a strong enough PC to play Sea of Thieves, we may be in luck. More within...
Sea of Thieves is set to release in March and I've had the pleasure of playing the closed beta myself. It's looks like a great game filled with great adventures to be had on the high seas. It's likely many of you will be leading your crews on adventures on Windows 10, so Rare has posted specs that will be important in planning your next voyage.
I recently had an all hands on deck experience with Rare's Sea of Thieves closed beta. As a huge fan of Rare's earlier works, I was eager to see what modern-Rare could do with this new IP. So what did I think about this pirate adventure game? Hop aboard and swashbuckle up, because these seas are rocking.
Aye, matey! Ye voyage be upon ya! Sea of Thieves' Closed Beta has been announced and the invitations have embarked on their journey to those fortunate enough to register. Here are the det's!
After years of waiting to find out when Sea of Thieves would come out, Rare finally gave us the treasure map in the form of a new trailer!
During the same day as my descent into VR Madness, I also played a few other games featured on the floor. Two of which would become Nominees for Best of E3! In fact, VR titles wouldn't be my only appointments of the day. Instead, I had dates with the Playstation Motor Speedway of GT Sport, Indie company U&I Entertainment, Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom, and the treacherous waters in Sea of Thieves!