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This week's Sea of Thieves update is now due out next week, along with DLC details

Fraser Brown

This week’s Sea of Thieves developer update video was an apologetic one, starting with executive producer Joe Neate breaking the news that the planned update that Rare was hoping to release by the end of the week had to be postponed. The delay is due to a bug that affected some PC players during internal testing. The update will be out next week instead. “We worked on it, and we tried to resolve this issue; we couldn’t resolve it in time,” said Neate.

Official Sea of Thieves Developer Update: May 10th 2018

“Our only choices were: do we release this build that has a known issue that will affect a portion of our player base, or do we hold on this, work on fixing it and then look to release a version of the game next week instead? ” Rare decided to go with the latter. This postponed update will introduce more matchmaking options, allowing players to make crew slots private and public, so you can choose to only play with your friends. Names will be hidden when pirates are underwater, mak

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