Sea of Thieves Promises Big Developments For 2021
2020 was a huge season for Rare and Sea of Thieves. The pirate-adventure game saw plenty of new content employing a normal flow of upgrades and hit milestones in participant count, as Sea of Thieves watched its 15 millionth player before this season. However, as solid of a year as 2020 has been, according to executive producer Joe Neate, 2021 is defined to be bigger and better.
Sea of Thieves will receive its latest upgrade tomorrow, which focuses on quality of life improvements and bug fixes. The update will not see as much content as last month’s Fate of the Damned upgrade for Sea of Thieves. However, executive producer Joe Neate hopped onto Twitter to quickly talk about the upgrade and also to go over the notion that 2021 is going to be the largest year for the match yet.
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Following Neate’s tweet, it has been a long year for Rare and the team which is to be expected in an incomparable 2020, which was challenging for video game development for everybody. But as many are looking to 2021 for a refresh, Rare is doing the same.
Since releasing 2018 as a bit of a barebones video game, Sea of Thieves has received continual content that has fleshed out the experience. By PVP changes to new modes to cats at Sea of Thieves, Rare has worked hard to change a solid idea in 2018 to some fully-fledged co-op adventure name. It’s hard to argue against 2020 being the best year yet for the sport, which is impressive given the COVID-19 hurdles, so if 2021 has even more in store, fans should be more excited.
What another year has in store for Sea of Thieves is not yet known. Neate failed but hint at incorporating the Shrouded Ghost. Anything in the store is sure to be exciting, as long as Neate is not playing it up in any way. Hopefully, fans do not need to wait too long to discover.
Since the next-generation of gaming has exploded, Rare’s seafaring name is riding the tide with it. Sea of Thieves received a substantial performance update on the Xbox collection X and S to go along with the game having all the content that fans were able to enjoy since it was established. Microsoft Game Studios has future-proofed the pirate match with compatibility on the consoles. In combination with everything that Joe Neate hinted at for next year, that suggests that Sea of Thieves will continue to evolve and be a prominent game in 2021.