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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:17pm 21/07/20 | 0 Comments
As per a new post from Rare's Joe Neate, Sea of Thieves recorded its most active month so far - with over 3.3 million active pirates taking to the seas in June 2020. With the game also hitting Steam, it has sold over 1 million copies on the PC platform. Proving that thing we've all known for year, that when it comes to PC gaming piracy will always be popular.

Or, a weird version of it as Sea of Thieves is included in Xbox Game Pass for PC. The other big milestone can be seen in our header image - since launching back in March of 2018, Sea of Thieves has now passed over 15 million players, with 5 million of those players fastening their sails this year.

"The way that the game and its community has continued to grow has been amazing to see," Joe Neate writes. "It was only in January of this year when we shared that 10 million people had played the game! We’re also humbled that more people have played Sea of Thieves in the first six months of 2020 than who played in the whole of 2019, which was more than 2018."

This is great news for Sea of Thieves fans (which you can count us as at AG HQ), and should point to a lot more goodness coming to the game in the near future. Our dream, is for a the map to extend with a new frosty biome, one that limits ship movement and adds a few frosty islands to explore. Not exactly imaginative, but we got Lava World. It's time for Ice.

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