That said, Microsoft would like you to know the final beta is kicking off today on Xbox One and Windows 10, lasting all the way through March 11. "This gives us an opportunity to grow our scale testing to our largest number yet, it allows us to test a broader range of features than ever before, and it also gives anyone who's interested a chance to play and experience Sea of Thieves for themselves". This final beta gives Rare one last chance to reach a huge audience before Sea of Thieves is available to purchase and download. Keep in mind this title is Xbox Play Anywhere, so you can buy once, and enjoy on both your PC and Xbox One. Rare has announced that Sea of Thieves' final beta is now live and it is open to everyone on Xbox One and Windows 10.
The wrinkle is that these other crews might be just as risky as the skeletons, and while you can team up with them to claim the fort, there's just as good a chance that they'll betray you and make off with the loot. Might they even be there already? Will you work together or against each other to get the treasure? "We can't wait to watch and find out". The final beta is open to anyone via the XBox Store or Microsoft Store.
Since this is the most players Sea of Thieves has had to handle, Rare warns that you should expect some hiccups, and it might block new players getting into the game intermittently, when problems occur. The objective of this is because Rare wants to ensure everyone receives the best possible experience while playing through the Final Beta. If this happens, we will be sharing the latest news and status via the status page on Seaofthieves.com, and we will be sharing regular updates on Twitter from the official @SeaOfThieves handle.
Audi shows near-production spec E-Tron in Geneva
As mentioned earlier, the Tata EVision Sedan Concept comes built on a dedicated EV derivative of Tata's Omega architecture. As pr the engineers from Tata, there have been enough changes made to the underbody, to make it suitable for an EV.
As with previous beta and scale tests, you will only have a limited time to jump in and play, so if you want to see what the world of Sea of Thieves has to offer, be sure to set aside some time.
Here's to the next leg of the journey.
Sea of Thieves launches for Xbox One and PC on March 20th.