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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:02pm 11/01/17 | 2 Comments
Sea of Thieves from Rare is definitely one of 2017's most interesting titles, but also one that we're still not sure how it will all work, and if there's more to it than roaming the seas in a group in the search for treasure. Or, for other ship to steal their booty. But even if that's all their is to it, it certainly still sounds great. And the latest developer video on the project delves into the game's unique co-op structure.

From a design perspective it sounds like there's a huge focus on teamwork in Sea of Thieves, with everything from sailing to digging up treasure chests requiring a few people working together to get the best outcome.

Check it out.



As an online multiplayer game we did notice one of the devs using the word 'quest' in the video, which leads us to believe that Sea of Thieves will also feature some more traditional game-y aspects in addition to the free-form exploration and piracy.

Plus, that amazing water.



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arkter
Posted 05:16pm 11/1/17
This is just about the first xbox game that has excited me in a long time, I'm just really hoping it doesn't lack depth, there needs to be more to do than just digging up treasure.. that's going to get old in a few hours.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:06pm 13/1/17
Yeah, I've played this a few times now arkter, it's a lot of fun and has massive potential
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