Sea of Thieves bets on crossplay, as developer Rare has confirmed on Gamescom 2017. This allows players to play together on the PC and the Xbox One.
There are apparently no restrictions. A good chance for Sea of Thieves, which as a co-op multiplayer game is particularly beneficial when we build a crew together with our friends and experience our own pirate adventure between treasure chests and sea battles. On the wrong platform this will not fail.
Description of the game
Communication is of utmost importance at Sea of Thieves, as a pirate ship is a community of fate where everyone has to tackle because there is a lot of work to do: lift the anchor with the wind, set sail, stand at the helm, operate cannons, leaks board up. But it is also possible to drink grog and music, which the E3 visitors do quite extensively.
Story of game
Sea of Thieves will offer players a wide open world, with many unexplored islands and plenty of water in between. As a classic MMO, the developers do not want to see the game but they call it a shared world game.
In addition to the communication between the members of the team, great attention is paid to the interaction with other ships and crews. If one of the pirates from the crow’s nest looks a sail on the horizon, the question arises: What is the appropriate player’s crew in the game? Do they want to involve you in a deadly sea battle? Or are they busy with other things? A treasure hunt perhaps or the fight against huge tentacle monsters.
However, it is clear that there must be some form of economy in Sea of Thieves, incentives for completing quests, ways to get bigger ships and better equipment. Since the ship is able to perish and the pirate can die, there will be some way to return to the world. According to the developers, one gets his ship again, but is punished, e.g. by the loss of a treasure that had been loaded