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Rare's Sea of Thieves is only a few weeks from being released, and if the number of early access tests conducted so far we should probably expect to see an Open Beta very soon. Now, we say that because Sea of Thieves is the sort of game you "get" once you start playing, with many wondering what there is to do. Well, one of those things (not in the beta) are Skeleton Forts. Like raids, but much cooler.

In that there massive combat events that are triggered, with anyone able to visit these heavily fortified forts to try and get access to a loot vault. As all interaction with other players and ships in Sea of Thieves can go either way, Rare have of course designed these with both co-operative teamwork and classic pirate-style greed in mind.



Work together to take out a legendary pirate? Very cool. Open up a vault to find more treasure than any one crew could carry? A very tense post-victory situation.

Sea of Thieves is out March 20 exclusively on Xbox One and Windows 10 - with full cross-play support.



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