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Sea of Thieves launches on Steam on June 3

The Window PC model of Sea of Thieves, the rollicking sandbox pirate journey sport from Rare, is coming to Steam on June 3. The sport can be accessible for $39.99, and all progress from different variations of the sport will carry over. There may even be full cross-play, so Xbox One, Windows 10, and Steam gamers will all be crusing the identical sea. This might be a very good avenue for brand new gamers to get into the sport, however it additionally has some advantages for veterans.

The Steam model would require gamers to sign up with an Xbox Live account, and hyperlink their Steam sport to their Xbox gamertag. It’s free to create an Xbox Live Silver account, so there can be no extra charges. In addition, gamers have to be operating Windows 10.

Owners of Sea of Thieves on different platforms must purchase the sport once more in the event that they wish to personal the sport through Steam; there is no such thing as a free unlock.

Once new pirates are in, they will try the Maiden Voyage for a full tutorial on play. They may be part of their pals’ classes by means of the Steam UI, with a view to simply leap on an ongoing ship. This is an enormous benefit to the Steam model; proper now, utilizing the Windows 10 Xbox UI to play with pals may be arduous.

Rare has posted an FAQ on Steam that covers questions like body fee, cross-play, and cosmetics. It’ll be fascinating to see if launching on Steam helps this pirate sport develop even additional.

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