If you’re into pirate adventures and climbing the ranks of becoming the best sea thief, than you should definitely give ‘Sea Of Thieves’ a chance. Furthermore, it has an online mode for you to use and compete with your friends in it. All you need is the right courage!
Developed by Rare Ltd and published by Xbox Game Studios, Sea Of Thieves offers the gamers that chance to live the pirate life fully by sailing, fighting, exploring, and looting. And here’s the showcase trailer released on May 23:
The fans of the game can be proud that the developers are even enhancing its availability. This can mean only one thing: bigger fanbase and more opportunities to show your skills during the online mode.
Coming to Steam on June 3
A bit more than a week is all we have to wait until Sea Of Thieves arrives on Steam. The famous gaming platform also seems exciting about the arrival of the game, as it describes it as following:
Explore a vast open world filled with unspoiled islands, sunken ships and mysterious artefacts. Take on quests to hunt for lost treasure, seek out cursed Skeleton Captains or gather valuable cargo for the Trading Companies. Go hunting and fishing or choose from hundreds of optional goals and side-quests.
One notable aspect if we look upon the system requirements is that the game doesn’t work on operating systems below Windows 10. A lot of games are still working on the good old Windows 7 that so many Microsoft users are still clinging to, but we can expect this to change in the near future. Furthermore, to play Sea Of Thieves you’ll need a minimum of 4 GB of RAM, a processor of 2.6 GHz, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 or AMD Radeon 7750 for the graphics card. The needed storage space is pretty big: 50 GB. However, we believe that it’s worth installing the game and at least put it to the test.