Sea Of Thieves Officially Passes 10 Million Players Milestone
While Sea of Thieves got off to a rocky start due to it not initially living up to expectations, the title has continued to grow over time to become something truly special. Quite a few players have diligently waded through the game’s ever-expanding content, and as time has gone on more and more players have succumbed to the call of the seas. There’s quite an impressive number of players these days, and it appears that Sea of Thieves has officially crossed the 10 million players milestone.
A recent blog post from the developer reveals that the game has been played by an impressive 10 million players since its launch back in January of 2018. The number stands as a testament to Sea of Thieves’ growth and success on this generation of Xbox consoles, and Rare wants to share its gratitude to the players in the game’s upcoming January update. The “Legends of the Seas” update will be available for free to all players beginning on Wednesday January 15th and will bring along with it two free limited-edition gifts for players who play between the 15th and January 22nd. This will only confirm players’ eligibility to be awarded the celebratory free set of sails and emote, while the actual gifting part will occur at some point in February.
Sea of Thieves is currently available as a Microsoft exclusive for PC and Xbox One.
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