Sea of Thieves for Windows 10 - Let's Talk About Specs

Saul Franklin
February 14, 2018

If there's a premium shop it may sell loot boxes, some anxious.

Players have recently discovered that Rare's upcoming pirate adventure game, Sea of Thieves, will be featuring a premium shop where you can shell out real dollars for virtual items.

For those of you who have incessantly accessed the 'Can I Run It?', Ted Timmins commented that the PC team was burning the midnight oil wondering how low the game can be rendered. I really want to believe in them. According to PC Gamer, design director Mike Chapman confirmed that there will be no microtransactions at all at launch.

The good news for owners of potato PCs is that Sea of Thieves will run on an Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200 or Iris 540 with 4 GB of RAM, a 5400 RPM hard drive (with 60GB free), and integrated graphics.

As such, Microsoft and Rare will introduce pet micro-transactions to the game after its release.

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'"For launch, it's about delivering the best gameplay experience possible, being there, reacting, listening, taking feedback and everything else", executive producer Joe Neate stressed.

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"But we have to have an optional way for people to spend money in our game, because we are running it as a service with a large team".

So now we know that Sea of Thieves will have a traditional progression chain to keep us hooked while we're sailing around the world, firing cannons, battling skeletons and digging up chests.

In the meantime, here's everything you need to know about Rare's next big title.

"It's things that add to the fun, social nature of Sea of thieves". They went on to detail how the game would play on a variety of different set ups, from very basic to the most tricked out of gaming computers.

"It's entirely optional, but if you had a monkey, for example, you'll be able to hold it like you can other things in the game, but then I'll also be able to hold it, then drop it overboard, because that's amusing", Neate explained.

The randomly-generated pirates come in all shapes and sizes, but if you're not pleased with the selection you can pick eight more.

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