Sea of Thieves is one of the most anticipated games of 2018, and it aims to deliver players an open-world, swashbuckling pirate experience. However, the game will sadly not feature a tie-in to one of the most well-known pirate franchises.
In response to a fan’s question, developer Rare confirmed today that there won’t be Pirates of the Caribbean DLC coming to Sea of Thieves. As a result, you won’t be meeting eccentric captain Jack Sparrow on the high seas in the game.
“We won’t be adding anything specific to other IPs,” Rare wrote on Twitter. “However you can rest assured that you will get a heavy dose of pirate goodness every time you play Sea of Thieves.”
Sea of Thieves launches on March 20 on PC and Xbox One. If you subscribe to Xbox Game Pass, Sea of Thieves will be available as part of the program as soon as it launches. In addition, Rare recently revealed the PC requirements necessary to run the game. Be sure to check out our recent feature on Sea of Thieves’ potential as well as our concerns about it.