• Damien Lane

'Sea Of Thieves' final beta released

The developers of "Sea Of Thieves" have released a final beta for a short amount of time for any player to play the game before it's full release. The final beta released for the game on March 10-11. The final beta is really a big test for the developer Rare to find out if its newly-created servers can hold and function with over 3,000 players all playing at once. This would be the reason why the final beta only lasted a day, unlike the closed beta. The closed beta before the final beta was only available for players who pre-ordered the game. The closed beta only had a handful of things to do or buy during that short time. The closed beta was open between January 24-31. The final beta had more quests and content in it, but some of the merchants didn't work.

'Sea Of Thieves's final beta also gave the players random raids on skeleton forts available to attack. The player and crew would have to fight waves of skeletons until the main boss comes out to fight. If the boss is beaten the vault will open and the treasure is theirs, But the player must be careful to avoid letting other players to come and steal it.

The full game will be released on March 20, 2018, and hopefully the whole game will be completely working. The game will sell for $30 from Amazon, Walmart, Target, and GameStop. 'Sea Of Thieves' is also available for download on Xbox One's Microsoft store. The game, itself, has a beautiful design, from how it looks to how it works. The full game will allow players to customize their characters and their boats, as well.