Although Rare had prepared everything for this week to come in the new update of Sea of Thieves, which would integrate the option to give privacy to the crews of players, a problem prevented this from happening and the studio announced that it will be up to next week when the game will receive its next update.
Joe Neate, the executive producer of Sea of Thieves, reported that because a problem was detected in the PC version of the game that put at risk the release of version 1.0.7, Rare’s team focused on solving the problem and the update will arrive next week.
However, the bad news was quickly forgotten as the creator assured that it will be in the next few days when the option of privacy for the crews will be selected so that only the players selected and authorized by the users will be able to join the adventure.
At the same time, Neate informed that the next update of Sea of Thieves will modify an error in the prices of some items, which turned out to cost more, and assured that the studio will modify the cost of the same and will reimburse the surplus to the users.
In addition, the creative mentioned that they will remove some items that have been indicated by the players because of their resemblance to those who have been in the game for a long time will be removed.
Sea of Thieves is available on Xbox One and Windows 10.