Sea of Thieves will soon allow alliances with other crews
Players can thus face adventures alongside other ships.
Just days after the launch of Cursed Sails, the major new free update for Sea of Thieves, the team at Rare has confirmed that "very soon" will also be available alliances between crews, which will allow players on different ships to work as a team to face the adventures proposed by this video game from the authors of the Banjo & Kazooie series.
Sea of Thieves players will be able to wave a flag that determines they are seeking an alliance; all those who wish can join the fleet, thus sharing the spoils of the missions that are completed. It will also be possible to follow the movements of the ships that make up the fleet, as well as face challenges designed exclusively for these large groups of players.
Apparently more players will be able to join the crew of a ship, thus increasing the number of sailors who live adventures in this fun game for Xbox One and Windows. For now, the exact day on which this new function will be available has not been specified.