Rare’s swashbuckling online pirate adventure game, Sea of Thieves, certainly has the wind in its sails at the moment. After three years of substantial updates – which have added new gameplay mechanics, islands, emergent events, pets and countless cosmetics – it’s hard to remember what the game looked like when it was released in March 2018.
And that’s a good thing, because Sea of Thieves launched in a rather barebones state.
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