Sea of Thieves for PC coming to Steam

Release date not announced.

Sea of Thieves

The PC version of Sea of Thieves, which is currently only available via the Microsoft Store and Xbox Game Pass for PC, is coming to Steam, publisher Microsoft and developer Rare announced. A release date was not announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Sea of Thieves offers the essential pirate experience, from sailing and fighting to exploring and looting—everything you need to live the pirate life and become a legend in your own right. With no set roles, you have complete freedom to approach the world, and other players, however you choose.

Whether you’re voyaging as a group or sailing solo, you’re bound to encounter other crews in this shared world adventure—but will they be friends or foes, and how will you respond?

Key Features

  • 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.
  • Unforgettable Stories – 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.
  • Become Legend – 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.

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