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Not that we were given a solid 2017 release date, but we were kind of hoping that Rare's Sea of Thieves would release alongside the Xbox One X. But, we got the best look at the game so far at Microsoft's Xbox briefing earlier today. With a look at exploring an underwater wreck, finding a mysterious island, and then using a map to steal some loot from a gang of reanimated skeletons.

That water though. Seriously, it looks incredible.



Since it was announced, the idea of an online game where you get to be a pirate with others, has kept Rare's Sea of Thieves pretty close to the top of our most-wanted list. The only real question being, what do you get to do in the game? A lot of it may still feel like a mystery, but what we see above looks incredible. And varied.

Sea of Thieves is an Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive when its released Early 2018.



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