New Sea of Thieves Trailer Shows How You Can Find Scallywags to Crew Up With

If you're having trouble finding people to crew up with in Sea of Thieves, the new trailer released by Rare might give you a kick in the right direction.

on April 27, 2018 2:48 PM

One of the major issues some seem to find with Sea of Thieves is that it isn’t exactly a solo-friendly game. Even governing a small sloop by yourself is pretty busy work, and not everyone is used to the ins and outs of finding people to play with online.

Today Rare released a trailer to address exactly that, giving those who don’t know much about online interaction, a good foundation on how to find some fellow sea dogs to crew up with.

Besides providing quite a bit of charming gameplay, the video goes over a few tools, including Xbox One’s Clubs and Looking For Group features, Discord, and the official forums.

You can check it out below, and see if it inspires you to get socializing. Just yesterday, we got another video addressing exactly the opposite angle, talking about what you can do on your own.

If you want to know more about the game, you should definitely read our review.

Sea of Thieves is currently available for Xbox One and Windows 10. If you haven’t got the game yet, you can gab the Xbox One version on Amazon. You can also receive the game as part of an Xbox Game Pass subscription.


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