The 3 new content material updates will apply Cursed Sails in July and Forsaken Shores in September.
There are no less than 3 extra large content material updates deliberate for Sea of Thieves this 12 months.
The 3 unannounced content material expansions will apply the content material roadmap Uncommon has already projected to run via September – The Hungering Deep which was once launched on Would possibly 29, Cursed Sails coming a while in July, and Forsaken Shores losing in September.
Talking to IGN, Uncommon studio head Craig Duncan and Sea of Thieves design director Mike Chapman published the crew’s new technique for preserving a snappy cadence of content material advent going within the coming months and years.
“We now have at all times mentioned short of to switch perceptions of what multiplayer might be,” Chapman mentioned. “A technique you have to take a look at it’s we have now accomplished the actually exhausting section. And now we have now were given this magical alternative to make the entire spaces of the sport richer. And past The Hungering Deep, Cursed Sails, and Forsaken Shores is coming, there is going to be 3 extra this 12 months as neatly.”
“We are looking to make wonderful content material as fast as we will,” Duncan mentioned, “however clearly we are prototyping new mechanics. [The Hungering Deep’s] Megalodon could be very other from Forsaken Shores, very other from Cursed Sails.”
“We now have if truth be told arranged the groups in a leapfrog model. So now that the Hungering Deep crew are completed they are operating at the subsequent factor.”
Now that the Hungering Deep crew is completed, they have got leapfrogged to subsequent the replace in line, the unannounced replace following Forsaken Shores. And when the Cursed Sails crew ships their replace in July, they are going to paintings at the replace past that, and so forth and so on.
“Our purpose is to take a look at and provides each and every crew extra runway however stay the cadence fast,” Duncan mentioned. “We are if truth be told bringing on a fourth crew as neatly, so we have now were given extra other people operating on Sea of Thieves now than after we shipped. I feel the takeaway we would like everybody to understand is that if you have got into to Sea of Thieves – we’re absolutely dedicated to Sea of Thieves someday.”
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