New Sea of Thieves Video Shows Spectacular Gameplay;Talks Windows 10 Version

A new video of Sea of Thieves shows spectacular gameplay, as a developer talks about the Windows 10 version.

on September 5, 2017 9:18 AM

Today Nvidia released a new video of Sea of Thieves showing quite a bit of gameplay of the upcoming shared world adventure game Sea of Thieves.

On top of gameplay, the video showcases PC Design Lead Ted Timmins as he explains how the Windows 10 version of the game isn’t simply a port of the Xbox One version, acknowledging that PC gamers often feel like second class citizens with many games.

PC players will get support for native 4K, unlocked frame rate, 21:9 resolution, cross-play with console. Timmins also confirms that both PC and Xbox One will release day and date when the game finally launches.

You can check out the video below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy a recent gameplay videoa batch of recent screenshots, a video in which the developers talk even more about the Windows 10 version, another featuring the improvements recently made to gunplay, one more  withmore 4K gameplayone showing riddle questsone about shipwrecks, one showing storms the gameplay trailer presented at E3, and a second extensive batch of screenshots and artwork. You should also not forget to read our recent hands-on preview.

Sea of Thieves will release in early 2018 for Xbox One, Xbox One X and PC. It was initially supposed to release in 2017, but Rare and Microsoft decided to give the development team more time to refine the gameplay.

 /  Executive News Editor
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