Sea of Thieves is out soon for both Windows 10 PC and Xbox One and the ESRB has now rated the full version of the game. The ratings summary gives us a few more details on the content that is to be included when the game hits retail and digital stores later this month.
Sea of Thieves has been rated T for teen. The content descriptors say the game has “Crude Humor, Use of Alcohol, Violence”. The full ratings summary has been posted down below for you to read.
“This is an action-adventure game in which players assume the role of a pirate exploring a vast open world of oceans and islands. From a first-person perspective, players sail ships, search for treasure, and engage in sea battles with rivals. On land, players can shoot and slash at skeleton-like creatures; enemies generally disappear with a wisp of smoke. At sea, players can shoot cannons at opposing ships, causing them to capsize and sink. During the course of the game, players’ character can drink mugs of grog, resulting in a screen-blurring effect; belching and hiccup sounds are sometimes heard. Characters may also vomit after drinking too much grog; green vomit is sometimes seen dripping down the screen.”
Looking at the summary, it looks like you can live out your fantasy by becoming a pirate. This is the first new IP that Rare has released in many years and it looks very promising. The game will be released on March 20th, 2018 for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. The game will also be available on launch day if you are a subscriber on Xbox Game Pass too.