During this year’s E3, Microsoft unveiled Sea of Thieves, an upcoming pirate-themed Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive developed by Rare. And that’s about all we know. However, that hasn’t stopped Kudo Tsunoda, who is currently spearheading a number of Microsoft studios, including Rare, from showering the game with praise. In an interview with Official Xbox Magazine, Tsunoda claimed that Sea of Thievesis gonna be the best game that Rare has ever made.

Here’s what he had to say about
Sea of Thieves in full:

“I think with Sea of Thieves, what you’re really going to see as you find out more about the game is that it’s also about allowing people to create their own gaming memories. It’s about enabling people to create their own stories through limitless possibilities, and I think that’s what Rare has always done a great job of historically – it is great at creating these super emotional memories and attachments that people have to games. I think what you’re gonna see in Sea of Thieves as we go forward and start talking more about the game is how [the studio is] enabling that kind of player-generated emotional and memory-driven stories that can happen within a game to happen within Sea of Thieves. And I think that’s what Rare does well. That’s what we’re going to keep having them doing in the future. And Sea of Thieves is gonna be the best game that Rare has ever made.”
Kudo Tsunoda

What do you think? Can
Sea of Thieves surpass Rare’s previous hits?

Source: Official Xbox Magazine (via GamesRadar)

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