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We all know the Sea of Thieves began out. Around release, I grew fond of calling it”the world’s best chatroom” – a place where I hung out with my friends while doing a couple of odd jobs, instead of undertaking grand quests (chiefly because it did not feel like these quests were really there). It wasn’t what I could achieve.

The executive producer for Sea of Thieves has just called me a”motherf**ker”. I can’t stop laughing. I didn’t expect this morning this when I arrived at Rare. To be honest, I didn’t really expect that kind of reaction to ever emerge out of a session in Sea of Thieves. Despite the built in opportunity for meanness that allows for, and its piratical set-up Sea of Thieves has ever struck me as an almost uniquely friendly open globe that was shared.