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Sea of Thieves Free Download GAMESPACK.NET The ultimate pirate fantasy can be different for everyone. Maybe it means you and your crew plundering the vessels of would-be explorers on the open sea as you wreak havoc across the ocean, searching for lost ships and buried treasure on a quest to become a legendary pirate to rival Jack Sparrow, or just singing shanties with a pet monkey. Whatever your particular flavor of piracy, Sea of Thieves’ impressive open-world sandbox gives you the total freedom to do all of that and more while making even its mundane moments fun. It’s important to understand that even though Sea of Thieves is a shared-world online adventure game, it’s not actually an MMO with a persistent world. This means that each and every time you log into Sea of Thieves you’re given a brand-new ship in one of three classes based on the size of your crew– Sloop (up to two players), Brigantine (up to three players), or Galleon (up to four players) – and everything except your long-term progression goals are reset. All of the supplies you accumulated last time, the row boat you found, the storage chests you saved – all of it’s gone. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

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While the smallest ship can be controlled by a single person, it loses much of what makes the sailing so fun in the process because instead of working together to wrestle the waves you’re running around the deck like a headless pirate scrambling to not crash. Both of the larger vessels really demand bigger group sizes due to their sheer complexity. You and your crew will be running up and down stairs to adjust sails, steer, scope out what lies ahead, fire cannons, and repair damage at the same time – doing all of this by yourself is hard enough on the smallest ship, and nearly impossible on the bigger ones. But in the downtime between the Adventure Mode’s moments of tense, often unscripted and organic sea combat, Sea of Thieves perhaps manages to soar its highest. What in most games are all-too-common bouts of tedium from traveling from one objective to the next, giving out orders to teammates, or methodically searching for obscure items on a scavenger hunt are transformed into the main appeal of gameplay and a source of camaraderie in Sea of Thieves.

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You’ve actually got to adjust the sails to account for the shifting winds, bust out your compass to make sure you’re going the right way, and use your telescope to inspect land masses in the distance – and when there is down time, you and your crew can pull out your musical instruments and listen as they all cleverly sync together and play the same song, perfectly in rhythm. There’s even an achievement for playing your instruments together as your ship sinks. Then there are the countless examples of Rare’s attention to detail. For example, the actual map that shows your ship’s location relative to the various islands is below deck, meaning a single person can’t steer and see it at the same time, or how you need to manually raise, lower, and adjust the sails to the wind’s direction. These little touches can sound tedious on the surface, but they add up to make Sea of Thieves more immersive overall. Sea of Thieves is about as free-form of an experience as you can get, which is both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, you could probably spend close to a dozen hours having fun sailing around without ever realizing there is a proper campaign to follow (like I did). And that’s when I discovered that even though its free-roaming gameplay is enjoyable enough. WEST HUNT

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Once I realized what these missions, called Tall Tales, were and how to access them they led to some of my favorite moments. Rather than playing out like the brief, objective-focused Voyages, which are standard-issue RPG quests usually about killing a certain named enemy or collecting a specific item, Tall Tales are structured more like one-off mystery adventures that connect into an overarching story. Many of them begin with vague instructions and crude drawings that require you to solve riddles and go on actual scavenger hunts across a variety of islands. They’re brain teasers that really challenge your detective skills, so it’s a bit surprising you’re not pushed toward them more directly as “main missions” in some way. Instead you just kind of stumble across them from NPCs and lore books in the world. Discovering them is intentionally obfuscated to stay thematically consistent with their mysterious topics and vague directions, but a little more guidance on getting started with each would have been great. Not a whole lot has changed since I shared my initial thoughts on the game earlier this week. I’ve steadily bolstered my reputation by taking on jobs for the trading companies, whether it’s finding buried treasure for the Gold Hoarders.

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Collecting once-sentient skulls for the Order of Souls, or capturing pigs for the Merchant Alliance (and keeping one as an all-too-temporary mascot). I’ve earned enough cash to deck out my pirate with a fancy jacket, a hat, and a hook. I’ve picked up tips ‘n’ tricks, like charming snakes with music and tossing buckets of water onto metal skeletons to rust their joints. But content-wise, I haven’t seen anything drastically new or different these past few days. The quests I’m accepting now feel an awful lot like the quests I was doing in the beginning, albeit with more pit stops. Every so often I’ll find a message in a bottle and embark upon a cool chain of riddles that might have me playing my accordion to unearth a trail, or raising my lantern in the right spot to reveal the next clue. But in terms of finding interesting new locations, I’m coming up short. For me, Sea of Thieves has stopped being a game about the drive to explore and almost exclusively become a game about the desire to share experiences with others — even if it’s across increasingly familiar content. Ion Fury

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While Sea of Thieves is usually at its best when played with friends who know how to push your buttons and introduce just the right amount of chaos into a volatile situation, this week I had two of my favorite online encounters in recent memory, and both of them came about thanks to random players. One session involved my full crew of strangers deciding to take on a skull fort — a tough wave-based event with a huge payday up for grabs — only to get caught in a three-way fight. It was too deadly on land, so our ship continuously circled the island fortress and peppered cannonballs at the other teams. To help break the stalemate, we sent an emissary to the smaller of the two vessels. We brokered an alliance. From then on, it was us and the “little ship people” versus the blinged-out “big ship.” This player-vs.-player-vs.-AI skirmish lasted well over an hour, with never-ending casualties on all sides. I’d sneak aboard and cap a few big-shippers just to take a blunderbuss to the chest, respawn, and try again. When the fight finally sizzled out, we didn’t come away any richer — but as far as we were concerned, we had won. We denied our bitter rivals the treasure they so vehemently sought.

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It’s 3 AM. Your two-person ship, a modest sloop, is anchored at Golden Sands Outpost while you sell off the loot from a five-hour voyage. You’ve been sailing as an emissary of the Gold Hoarders, and through questing for a lengthy stretch without your ship sinking, you managed to make it to rank 5. Now, every chest, trinket, and gem you sell is worth two and a half times its normal value, but there’s a catch: Sailing with an emissary flag, particularly a high-level one, etches a giant red “X” on your back. Any player that sinks your ship and steals your emissary flag will get their own big payday, and pirates sworn to the new Reaper’s Bones faction can even see you on their ship’s navigation map if they rank up their own emissary flag high enough. In an instant, your triumphant loot turn-in transforms into a disaster. Another duo’s sloop rounds the corner behind your boat, positioning their cannons to lay waste to all your hard work. Adrenaline washes through your body like an icy tidal wave, but you saw them coming too late: An enemy player has boarded your ship with a dangerously explosive stronghold keg, which erupts as you hurl yourself from the deck.

There’s almost no way to recover from this onslaught; your entire boat is on fire, the hull is punched through with holes that gush water at an alarming rate, your mast is leaning uselessly to one side, your steering wheel is missing several pegs, the capstan (which raises your anchor) is half-broken, and the incoming cannonballs are knocking you around inside your own boat. Somehow, incredibly, you and your crewmate repair the mast, raise the anchor, put out the fires on your deck, and lower the sails, all the while bailing water, hammering planks over the gouges in the hull, and using your trusty blunderbuss to fend off the other crew’s continued attempts to board. By this point, your hands are violently shaking. You sail off and do the only thing you can: With the pursuing ship directly behind, you set your boat on a clear heading, jump off the back, and grab their ladders. Distracted as they are, you slay them both; in the interim before they respawn, you steer their boat onto some rocks, destroy their mast, lower their anchor, and use some handheld firebombs to light the whole thing up like a floating tinderbox. You hail a glowing mermaid that returns you to your boat, and find that you’ve entered thick fog.

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You’ll never know whether they sank or managed to save their ship, but one thing is certain: You lost them. The booty is yours, and once the adrenaline dissipates from your system, you’ll sleep soundly–hours later than you’d intended, and with vivid dreams of burning ships on a colorful sea, but still.That kind of emergent, player-driven interaction has characterized Sea of Thieves since it launched in 2018, and many of the game’s strengths, from its jaw-droppingly gorgeous art to the gripping feel of how ships control, have been present all along. But so many of the particulars of that tense encounter were only possible because of the countless features, tools, and systems that the developers at Rare have added to the game in the two years since, most recently in the massive April 2020 update called Ships of Fortune. The fire that spreads across your boat is new, as is the ability to revive fallen teammates, potentially avoiding lengthy respawn waits on the Ferry of the Damned. Hyper-specific ship damage like cracked, falling masts requires more coordination during fights and provides myriad ways to cripple opponents’ boats, while additions like the twin harpoons cresting every ship and the rowboats you find around islands make new strategies possible. Players can even use real money to buy pets now, acquiring a monkey, bird, or cat that explores your ship, follows you on land, dances along to your hurdy-gurdy, celebrates when you unearth new treasure, and occasionally gives you away when it accompanies you to infiltrate an enemy ship. Secret Summer UNCENSORED 

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