The news was already leaked at E3 2017, but now its official: Sea of Thieves will run at 4K native on Xbox One X, with support from the HDR since the launch next year.
With a new video update released over the last few hours by the developers, Rare has confirmed that its pirate-themed game, Sea of Thieves, will run at native 4K on Xbox One X with support for the High Dynamic Range.
During the video that you can see at the bottom of this news, it is also said that the Xbox One X version of Sea of Thieves “for the most part, it should be on par with our ultra specs PC settings.”
We recall that the launch will take place with cross-play support for Windows 10 and Xbox One, while we do not know the official release date, Sea of Thieves is scheduled to release for the beginning of 2018.
In recent news, Rare shared on its YouTube channel, a new interesting video dedicated to their latest Sea of Thieves. The video was recorded during the beautiful New York Comicon 2017 event, during which developers revealed new information about the title, focusing on the progression system.
In the video, you will first see small boats that will be made available to new players to start practicing with the title, gesture communication and the fun voting system that it will serve the players to send the crew members of the crew to the jail.