Sea of Thieves continues with its adventures on the high seas after having raised anchors in 2018, at which time it made its debut in Spain and around the world for Xbox One.
With its successful arrival on PC through Xbox Series X, the development studio Rare has unrolled its content map and has traced the route that they will follow for 2021. The executive producer of the studio, Joe Neate, has been in charge of anticipating that the players they will enjoy “a great year” in 2021 as for updates.
The pirates of Sea of Thieves can be prepared for 2021
“It has been a long year. I am incredibly proud to be a part of the Rare team and to witness how everyone h as worked together to Sea of Thieves
Sea of Thieves receive your latest update tomorrow, which focuses on adding game quality of life improvements, as well as polishes technical errors of the game. This patch does not have as much content as Fate of the Damned last month, but Neate’s words should help us set your sights on everything to come to the game in 2021.
It’s been a long year. Incredibly proud to be a part of the team at Rare and to witness how everyone has worked together to keep Sea of Thieves evolving. Lots to come in 2021. Will definitely be the biggest year yet. #seaoftease
Might even add the Shrouded Ghost https://t.co/7ZJarAofzg— Joe Neate (@JoeNeate1) November 17, 2020
The truth is that it has been nice to see how the proposal has evolved and developed. Sea of Thieves. What started as a game of pirate and exploration, you have ended up adding new modalities and everything a set of characters and narrative who have made the title of Rare acquire a personality of its own. The studio has worked very hard to make this game a cooperative title with all letters. They have also managed to gather 15 million players.
In fact, despite the coronavirus pandemic in this 2020 that we’re about to leave behind, Sea of Thieves has enjoyed great care from the studio: it has received great updates such as Ships of Fortune O Ashen Winds, along with its release on PC and its optimization on Xbox Series X.