Sea of Thieves is a video game that’s been in development for quite some time, so it might be about time that it gets an open beta release before it launches. There are plenty of things to test out and have fun with, letting players know what to expect when the full thing is finally released.
The Sea of Thieves website also mentions a bunch of additions they’re making, including new crew members you can hire to help you out on your journey. One thing that they have mentioned specifically is the addition of a merchant, which would let players trade goods outside of trading with other players.
The Xbox Live Creators Program also allows Sea of Thieves to be available on Windows 10 PCs at launch or soon after. The Windows 10 version of the game is set to get regular updates, just like the Xbox One version.
All these open beta details and more were detailed on a YouTube video made by Arekkz Gaming, so you should check it out if you want even more information about Sea of Thieves. You can watch the entire video in its entirety below.
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