According to Major Nelson blog, Microsoft is pairing up their flagship consoles with Sea of Thieves, starting March 18 through March 24 at participating retailers.
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"Games play best on Xbox One and there's no better place to forge your adventurous pirate voyage than on a new Xbox One X console for the launch of Sea of Thieves", Microsoft's Mike Nelson explains. A limited-time offer has been announced, matching both Xbox One X and S with the popular upcoming game.
Sea of Thieves is a mere few days away from its release on March 20th. If you are interested in getting the game for free but are unable to splurge for the Xbox One X, Microsoft also has you covered. The drive can hold loads of games for your Xbox One and comes with an exclusive Sea of Thieves paint job.
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Any way you look at it, there are many great way to get into the pirate game this weekend in preparation for the big launch on Tuesday, March 20. A new Xbox One S bundle will be offered as well.
For players who want a slightly less pricey way to test the waters, it's worth noting that Xbox Game Pass will include access to the game on launch day, even on PC. There's one particular slapstick scene where a crew is beckoning their mate to bring some chests aboard and the mate just waves back while a crew of skeletons is right behind him.
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