‘Sea of Thieves’ Hunts for Treasure on Steam This June
- A new trailer to get Steam users excited to sail the high seas.
- Available June 3rd.
- Are you a friend or foe on the open waves?
It’s been a few weeks since the Ships of Fortune update hit the Sea of Thieves community, drastically changing up many aspects about the way the game is played. Players are now further incentivized to take bounties for the different factions, and with the introduction of the joinable Reapers faction for players itching for PvP there is now more incentive than ever to indulge in firing cannons across unsuspecting ships.
While the Xbox One and Microsoft Store Sea of Thieves users have already been indulging in the game since 2018, it was only recently that Sea of Thieves was revealed to be coming to Steam too. It was no longer a matter of if, but when. Steam users curious in trying the game themselves don’t have to wait much longer as a new trailer reveals that Sea of Thieves is coming to Steam on June 3rd.
From the Steam page:
A Vast Open World
Explore a vast open world filled with unspoiled islands, sunken ships and mysterious artefacts. Take on quests to hunt for lost treasure, seek out cursed Skeleton Captains or gather valuable cargo for the Trading Companies. Go hunting and fishing or choose from hundreds of optional goals and side-quests.
Play through the Tall Tales to experience Sea of Thieves’ unique take on a story-driven campaign. With 11 tales to play through across two epic storylines, these immersive and cinematic quests provide around 30 hours of the ultimate pirate fantasy.
On your journey to become a Pirate Legend you’ll amass loot, build a reputation and define a unique personal style with your hard-earned rewards. Adventurer. Explorer. Conqueror. What will your legend be?
A Game That’s Always Growing
With five major expansions and almost a year’s worth of monthly updates, Sea of Thieves is a service-based game that is continually growing and evolving. Check back each month to see what new content has been added.
The Steam version will be fully integrated into the Sea of Thieves community allowing for crossplay with other PC players and Xbox One players. Sea of Thieves is an experience that can be both a relaxing and slow one, or intense and adrenaline pumping depending on the moment. Operating in a shared world, the seas are as calm or as dangerous as possible and between PvE and PvP content it’s always worth being on your toes. If you get too comfortable, you could say goodbye to your loot.
Do you already sail the Sea of Thieves? Are you interested in picking up now that it’s coming to Steam? Let us know down below.