There’s no release window outside of “coming soon” though.
Though it’s currently available to play on PC via the Microsoft Store, Rare’s Sea of Thieves is also coming to Steam. No release date, outside of “coming soon”, or price has been provided. It will also include cross-platform play between Windows 10, Steam and Xbox One players.
Sea of Thieves first launched in December 2016 to an underwhelming critical response but has seen a strong influx of players, crossing 10 million as of January 2020. Since then, Rare has been updating it with new features, events, quests and much more. The Steam listing notes 11 tales across two storylines with 30 hours of content.
Along with PvP, players can also partake in an end-game quest to become a Pirate Legend. You’ll also have the ability to personalize your ship and character, not to mention rolling with a crew to terrorize the high seas. Stay tuned for more details on the Steam release in the coming months. Sea of Thieves is also available for Xbox One and as part of Xbox Game Pass for console and PC.