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The first major 'Sea of Thieves' DLC lands on May 29th

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Swashbuckling pirate MMO Sea of Thieves will receive its first major update on May 29th. Microsoft's Xbox team made the announcement on Twitter with a short CGI trailer for 'The Hungering Deep' -- the first of six free expected DLC packs. Of all the criticisms leveled at Sea of Thieves, the most common (apart from bottlenecked servers) seem to be over its lack of content. But that's precisely what developer Rare has pledged to address in continued updates.

The pirate narrator explains how people could once invoke fearful sea creatures and offer a sacrifice in exchange for safe passage. This implies other titans might join the Kraken -- the current scourge of the seas -- and the possibility of morally ambiguous rituals. We know that it'll be "a huge adventure", but we'll need to wait until the end of May to find out exactly what it entails.

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