With the Sea of Thieves, we finally have a game with an open world based on pirates. The Sea of Thieves, with its rather wide open world and amusing game mechanics, sets the throne in the minds of the players and makes their competitions jealous of their graphics. The closed game, which started on January 24th, is an interesting success. In the evening we left behind, Sea of Thieves left behind League of Legends, Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite games on Twitch.tv’s track list. We can say that it is a good game to be played on the air, especially for the successful production that leaves behind the opponents at the most watch time of broadcasts.
Sea of Thieves did not know about Twitch as we left behind
On the other hand, LIRIK, Twitch’s most-watched publisher, also contributes greatly to this success. Regularly addressing over 60,000 viewers, the successful producer played Sea of Thieves live on the air during the evening. Besides all of this, we are wondering how the developer team Rare will deliver content to us when the game is fully rolled out. Gameplay re-playability can be sustained with hopefully beautiful content.