The whole point of Sea of Thieves: a life of pirates was that it served as a crossover event between Rare’s pirate game and Disney’s pirates of the Caribbean Serie. But hidden at the end of the expansion is a secret that has nothing to do with Captain Jack Sparrow, or really Sea of Thieves for that matter.
I’m being weird about this because I’d say it’s a pretty big spoiler, so if you’re gaming and don’t want to know sooner, get out of here.
However, if you just want to see what it is, and it’s so well done, check it out below.
Still here? Ok so if you finish Life of a pirate, you can explore a shipwreck.
And as you get closer to that ship, you start to hear a familiar melody …
Music! The little pieces of tradition! The map! The music! Everything is so cool, and although in hindsight it’s not that great …Sea of Thieves it’s a pirate game, and Monkey Island It is without doubt the biggest and most influential pirate game of all; it was supposed to be a pirates of the Caribbean joint.
I guess Disney owns Lucasfilm means if you have a pirate property to put in a crossover event, you can sneak the other in there as well.
If you can’t watch the video right now, it actually relates to the plot of the series. The shipwreck is that of Captain Kate Capsize, a character from Monkey island 2 who owned a glass bottom boat, whom the player frames and has imprisoned. This shipwreck suggests that she … didn’t like that, she has a new ship that is trying to track down Guybrush and seek his revenge, an adventure that hasn’t exactly gone according to plan since it ended in the Sea of Thieves.