The fifth post release patch was released yesterday for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes bugs such as sinking ships flying in the air when sunk and weapon loadouts, but there are some minor convenience changes too. There is no new content.
The fourth post release patch was released on Wednesday for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes bugs such as various UI issues but “the first legendary ship customisations” for Pirate Legends have been added.
The third post release patch was released on Wednesday for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes some bugs such as the problem with having two weapons, but the main change is adding a message on the Ferry of the Damned instructing players how to scuttle their ships. There is no new content been added to the game so far.
The second post release patch is now available for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes some bugs but it also changes how ship respawning works. There is no new content been added to the game so far.
Sea of Thieves at the moment is an acquired taste like Marmite. If you are willing to look pass all its shortcoming there is some fun to be had but it is undoubtedly a skeleton of a game. Therefore I have come up with three very easy ways the game could be improved by the developers in literally a few hours.
The first post release patch is now available for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes problems people have been suffering from such as missing items, character details, and lag. The developers have also decided not to implement any “Death Cost” features. Which means you won’t be punished for players or environment related deaths. There is also no new content been added to the game so far.
All the new entertainment (Games, Music, DVDs and Blu-Ray) that will be out and available this week (19/03/18 to 23/03/18) in most stores near you (England).
A Good Game a day for the rest of time perhaps?
Today it’s Conker’s Bad Fur Day a 2001 action-platform video game developed by Rare and published by THQ/Rare for the Nintendo 64 (N64). As part of the Conker video game series, the game follows the story of Conker the Squirrel, a greedy, heavy-drinking red squirrel who attempts to return home to his girlfriend Berri. The gameplay is composed of various challenges that involve platforming, solving puzzles, fighting enemies, and gathering objects. The game also features a multiplayer mode where a maximum of four players can compete in seven different game types.
Microsoft announced recently at E3 that a new Killer Instinct game would be coming exclusively to the Xbox One and looks like an attempt to reboot the old franchise. Several screenshots and a video have been released since then. I have also included some information about the game, the franchise and the people behind Killer Instinct.