Sea of Thieves has now officially launched on Steam. The game's Steam version brings all content that has been released for the game up to this point.
Sea of Thieves is now officially available to play on Steam . Rare's action-adventure game went live on the platform at 5:00 p.m. GMT today, June 3, 2020.
The Steam version of Sea of Thieves has arrived with all the bells and whistles that have been added to the game since it launched back in March 2018. This means full parity with the Xbox One and Windows 10 versions, while all free content updates still to come will also be brought to Steam.
This means that the newcomers will enjoy all the original launch content, explore everything added in 2019’s Anniversary Update, take on the Emissary system and Reaper’s Bones Trading Company introduced by Ships of Fortune in April, and dive straight into Sea of Thieves' latest update Lost Treasures.
The latest update introduced a whole host of regular and time-limited live events alongside checkpoints for the narrative-driven Tall Tales.
Players who get Sea of Thieves via Steam will be able to enjoy cross-play and crew up with fellow buccaneers regardless of which platform they’re on - all you existing players will be able to go on adventures with your friends that choose to play on different platforms.
All returning players looking to set sail once more on the newest platform will be happy to know that the Steam version of Sea of Thieves also enables cross-progression, allowing you to bring your pirate and progress along on your latest adventure.
For more on this and other tips on setup and compatibility, see the dedicated Steam launch FAQ .