Sea of Thieves: Crews of Rage is the next big update for Rare’s entry in the pirate games canon (or cannon), and while the studio plans to reveal most of the new content next week, the devs have offered an early look at the quality of life features coming in the patch. Most notable of all, Rare is finally adding an option to change your pirate’s appearance – for a price.
Tag: Sea of Thieves
The latest Sea of Thieves update is here – Legends of the Sea and its patch notes are both ready for your pirating pleasure. The central theme of the update comes in a set of journeys that celebrate the game’s best-known players, but we’re also getting the return of Gilded Voyages and a new way to earn a whole lot of extra gold.
January 8, 2020 Sea of Thieves player counts have exceeded another major milestone.
Sea of Thieves continues its monthly content updates into the new year, as developer Rare has provided our first look at the January expansion. Titled Legends of the Sea, the update helps canonise the game’s most notably players as part of the lore, expanding existing easter eggs into a more formal part of the Sea of Thieves.
Next week, Sea of Thieves will allow your pirate to change their underwear – or its colour at least. In a developer update posted by the Sea of Thieves YouTube channel, it was revealed that there are upcoming clothing changes, including more feminine clothing options and underwear colour choices.
Sea of Thieves lets you group up exclusively with friends if that’s what you want to do, but beyond that it’s basically the wild west out on those seas. Players have come together on Discords and the like get together in de facto PvE sessions, but that’s not officially supported. But it sounds like Rare is getting serious about private servers – just expect them to take a while.
Some of the devs at Rare recently held a livestream to talk about goodies heading to Sea of Thieves in an update, which include pets to take with you on your voyages. To help break down the details for viewers, Rare enlisted the expertise of a little squirrel monkey called Antonio – who then vomited mealworms on poor community manager Jon McFarlane’s grey shirt. Now, it seems quite a few players have been inspired by the little critter’s antics – apparently there are now over 50 monkeys in the game called Antonio.