Rare promises that it's all for a good purpose, though.
Survive the Devil's Roar.
Rare discovered a memory issue keeping the build unstable.
Just take your hat and exit the premises, good sir.
This is to prevent segregating players by power.
Three person ships and skeleton crews incoming.
"The number one thing that contributed to [Rare's] success was streaming and content creators."
Sea of Thieves developers expect a smooth transition.
Listen. Can you hear the "Jaws" theme getting louder?
"Abandon ship! Abandon ship!"
No more having to listen to teenage high school gossip as a third wheel while you to try to get your Pirate on.
Put the "Arr" in "Ravishing."
New content starting next month!
The pinnacle of the current game is reached, but the community isn't happy.
Everybody wants to be a pirate.
Sea of Thieves is here, but this treasure chest could use a little more gold.
The thievin' and plunderin' life just got a little smoother.
Getting free stuff in Sea of Thieves is as easy as walking the plank!
Have yourself a very pretty voyage on the high seas.
Break out the cocktail sauce, I guess.
Error messages ruin more voyages than scurvy.
And it's easy on your download data cap, too. Rare goes full Rare with a brilliant nod to modern gaming.
Can't wait to start your pirate fantasy? You don't have to.
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Also: Another beta is coming before launch, and skeletons are guarding massive piles of gold.
Also, a server scale test will be held for select Xbox Insiders.
OK, it probably won't run on your old 486, but these are still some pretty low requirements.
Get busy living, or get Kraken.
Hopefully, you have a good group of friends, because Sea of Thieves needs everyone working together.
Some players can't connect to the closed beta.
Rare is readying its ambitious pirate adventure game with a new closed beta.
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