Sea of Thieves

An honest discussion on the state, and future, of Sea of Thieves.

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Following the unpopular announcement that cargo runs are going to be week 3 of an update that was originally described as a large update perhaps we can have a discussion on what Rare has done on the way here and what the future looks like.

I don't say this from a place of entitlement, but a place of passion – what we have been delivered so far has been unacceptable in my opinion. If you compare available activities from the launch of the game until now, all we really have to show for it are skeleton ships we can sink for loot (that wildly varies in value due to RNG) and cursed cannonballs which have definitely been a welcome addition in adding some variety to the way we pvp. The core game has experienced exactly 0 changes. We have no new options in terms of what we do to progress (with the exception of simply buying levels).

Weekly events have disappeared. Every update has been delayed. Every update has been met with more game breaking bugs than we can count.


We look ahead at Forsaken Shores and following a delay it appears all we'll be doing for weeks is the exact same voyages we've done for 6 months just in a new area. Admittedly, that's a breath of fresh air but is it enough? The new voyage type is weeks out. We're being given new islands and cosmetics (which do look great!).

I do love the game. It's a wonderful experience and a big change from most other types of games. But if THIS is what we can expect, where do you feel the future of this game is and what does it look like?

I am hoping for a civilized discussion and one free of hostility. Everything expressed above is simply an opinion of mine – and I'd love to hear yours.

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