Many gamers may be waiting on Sea of Thieves, considering it is scheduled to release later this month. After all, the pirate-themed action-adventure game which features cooperative multiplayer and cross-platform play allows a group of players to steer, navigate, fire cannons, and collect loot in a rather unique and cartoonish setting. If that wasn’t appetizing enough, Loot Crate has just revealed a shiny piece of treasure to add to the would-be pirate’s booty.
Going on sale today, this month’s Loot Gaming Crate features Sea of Thieves, God of War, Skyrim, and World of Warcraft. It is “RELIC” themed and will be on sale for $25.95 USD until March 27. If ordered soon, then it may be delivered to fans around Sea of Thieves’ release date. Order the Sea of Thieves Loot Crate here.
While the other games’ relics are unknown, the Sea of Thieves component features an exclusive Sea of Thieves Flameheart figure (depicted below.) Here’s a description of the unique figure:
“Avast ye, matey! While sailing the ocean blue on the search for loot, you may encounter the dread of the seven seas… Flameheart! This undead scallywag strikes fear into the hearts of even the bravest of buccaneers, so be sure to hide your booty! Before he was an undead pirate, Flameheart was a humble scholar who is thought to be the author of the Sea of Thieves in-game journal.”
Alongside the recent Sea of Thieves-themed Xbox One bundles leak, this loot crate may very well be in the eye of many gamers. If nothing else, this Flameheart figure may definitely help create a more pirate-like atmosphere for those wanting a full immersion-style experience of the game. The other games’ relics – Skyrim, etc – may also be unique additions to any gamer’s collection.
However, this awesome loot doesn’t suggest that Sea of Thieves will be without stormy seas. It has recently been revealed that the first major patch for the game will introduce microtransactions. While it seems to be completely cosmetic, some gamers may still be sore over the recent microtransaction controversy. Nevertheless, Sea of Thieves launches soon, with or without the loot.
Sea of Thieves will release on March 20, 2018, for Xbox One and Windows 10.
Source: Loot Crate