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Crude humor, use of alcohol and violence detailed for Sea of Thieves

The Entertainment Software Rating Board has revealed its summary for Sea of Thieves. The PC and Xbox One game ended up with a Teen rating due to crude humor, use of alcohol and violence. You can find the full ESRB description for the multiplayer pirates game below:

This is an action-adventure game in which players assume the role of a pirate exploring a vast open world of oceans and islands. From a first-person perspective, players sail ships, search for treasure, and engage in sea battles with rivals. On land, players can shoot and slash at skeleton-like creatures; enemies generally disappear with a wisp of smoke. At sea, players can shoot cannons at opposing ships, causing them to capsize and sink. During the course of the game, players’ character can drink mugs of grog, resulting in a screen-blurring effect; belching and hiccup sounds are sometimes heard. Characters may also vomit after drinking too much grog; green vomit is sometimes seen dripping down the screen.

Sea of Thieves, which is being developed by Rare, will be released on the 20th of March in the North American region. If you are interested, you can preorder the physical Xbox One version of the game from Amazon with this link.