Apparently people have been speculating about Sea of Thieves‘ business model so much that design director Gregg Mayles used an interview with Eurogamer to offer a statement on it. Sea of Thieves will not be free-to-play. With that clarified, he continued to state that Rare is aiming to work on content even after this game is coming out, and Mayles hope that they are able to provide players with new stuff to do up until five years after Sea of Thieves‘ release.

Source: Eurogamer

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