Sea of Thieves Won't Have a Character Creator

Sea of Thieves Won't Have a Character Creator

According to the game's description, Sea of Thieves is a first-person perspective, MMORPG, whose story takes the player of the 18-century Caribbean region where he or she will need to plunder and engage in naval battles against computer-generated foes or other players who wish to claim the title of sea lord. You'll be able to choose one of the eight afterwards. The answer is that the game can be played without any issues at a 540p quality. It's less about how physically big the world is, and more about the frequency of encounters. Neate stated that he wanted to see as many people as possible interested in the game beyond launch, at to that end Rare will be keeping "a very large team" active on the game after it's released.

Once you picked your character, you'll have to select a ship. "So we looked at the right way to do this for Sea of Thieves". Your deeds will go with you. If one crew member has a monkey and you don't, feel free to pick it up and treat it as your own.

PC players will have the option of changing the field of view, unlocking the framerate, rebinding keybinds, change video settings, resolution and graphics counter. The quests obtained via the hideout dubbed the Tavern of Legends, haunted by the ghosts of player pirate's past.

The company also saw over 14,000,000 hours of Sea of Thieves-based content clocked up on Twitch platforms - making it the most popular game on the streaming platform over the weekend of the beta. This will help you on your way to becoming a Pirate Legend. However, some microtransactions will be added to the game 3 months after its release date, but Rare promises it's only of the cosmetic kind. "And you'll always know what you're getting - so that means no loot crates".

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Other possibilities for microtransactions include potions that temporarily alter players' appearances. If you do find yourself being ambushed by a rival group, the combat system is varied enough to let some party members use a variety of weapons ranging from handguns to sniper rifles. On the flip side, it could help solo players know where to avoid (or if they're fearless, sneak in for some brash thievery).

Sea of Thieves is set to be released for Xbox One and PC on March 20. Well it looks like Rare has that covered.

Sea of Thieves will never have in-game loot boxes, developer Rare has confirmed.

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