Since Rare debuting their latest pirate adventure game Sea of Thieves, the developer has been on high mast to rebound the lack of content that missed launch day with the online title. With every other month in 2018 receiving a free update which introduced some wave of content, the studio doesn’t plan to stop entering into 2019.
In an interview with GameReactor, game Executive Producer Joe Neate revealed to the videogame outlet that Rare is planning to bring more story into the title and expand on the game’s lore at some point. Neate stated in his discussion with the website:
But for some people that want guided goals, they want lore, they want story, we know that we’re underserving players, but we’ve proven that we can do it and that it works in the shared world with campaigns we’ve done around the Hungering Deep or Cursed Sails where you put lore, put story in.
Seeing how the previous updates laid out content along with some brief story exposure: for what Rare is planning to introduce next will be to reinvent how the game already plays when it comes to in-game quests. The game will feature a new type of quests that will carry out more in-depth story when playing alone or with friends.
there’s a team working on that, has been for quite a while, will be for a little while more, but I think when we bring that into the game it’s gonna appeal to those people that want that crafted lore, want that adventure, want that story, and also maybe appealing to single players as well.
Currently the status for Sea of Thieves holds up pretty well for the content that Rare unloaded onto their online pirate title compared to when the game initially released back in March. From row boats to skeleton crew and more recently with dense fog, story will only be another layer that Rare plans to take advantage of as they continue to bring more to the ever growing title.
For more insight on how Sea of Thieves is, check out our review on the game here.
Sea of Thieves is out now for Xbox One and Windows 10.