Rare has stated that it will extend support for the Sea of Thieves because it is still played by millions of people, with success even increasing.
Rare has announced that it will extend support for Sea of Thieves because it is still played by millions of people. Many were concerned about the fate of the pirate game after the announcement of Everwild, the new intellectual property of Rare, but fortunately the development of one does not exclude support for the other.
To say it was the head of Rare, Craig Duncan, in an interview with the eurogamer.net website. According to his words, the players continue to love Sea of Thieves and the developers still have many ideas to expand it. Duncan: “Sea of Thieves is a highly successful live service intellectual property that still has millions of people playing it. We love the community and the feedback we receive. “
According to Duncan, the second year of the game went even better than the first and by December the studio expects further improvement. In particular, the anniversary event has drawn many players into it, involving many of the old ones. In particular, the system of monthly updates works, which continuously pulls in new and old players, prolonging the life of the Sea of Thieves. In short, what many saw as a bankruptcy game at launch, not only survived but is thriving thanks to the consistency of Rare and Microsoft’s support.
Before leaving you, we remind you that Sea of Thieves is available for PC and Xbox One, which can be purchased individually or played via an Xbox Game Pass subscription.