New Sea of Thieves Video Shows No Gameplay, but Introduces the Hurdy-Gurdy

on October 11, 2016 1:12 PM

What the heck is a Hurdy-Gurdy? Good Question. If you want to know, all you need to do is to watch the latest video of Sea of Thieves, just released by Rare.

In the video, that unfortunately shows zero gameplay, we get Composer Robin Beanland as he introduces the peculiar violin-like musical instrument that doesn’t use a bow, but instead produces sound by turning a crank.

It isn’t even something from a steampunk nightmare. It’s an actually existing musical instrument that you’ll be able to play in game.

Check the video out below.

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