Whether you’re a highly-skilled professional boxer, a hardcore Death Metal fan or you open your jars of pickles with your teeth, you can’t possibly hate cats. These wonderful creatures are designed to conquer the hearts of anybody. And perhaps there’s only one thing in the world that can be better than cats: a video game that praises these animals.
The ‘Ships Of Fortune’ April update for Sea of Thieves is bringing cats as a pet type for the game, but also much more: more ways to gather gold and reputation, new revive system, a new PvP faction, new traders, raised level caps, and some big changes to the Arena.
Various cats to choose from
Regardless of how cute a cat may be, there can always be another one that’s even cuter. The developers of Sea Of Thieves have thought about this, as they’re bringing the player the chance to choose which cat he wants as his in-game pet. More precisely, the player can now purchase a range of cats from the premium store of the game, the Pirate Emporium.
As the official Steam description for Sea Of Thieves says:
“Sea of Thieves offers the essential pirate experience, from sailing and fighting to explore and looting – everything you need to live the pirate life and become a legend in your own right. With no set roles, you have complete freedom to approach the world, and other players, however, you choose.”
Sea of Thieves – System requirements
To play Sea Of Thieves on a PC, you don’t necessarily need mind-blowing specs. It’s enough if your gaming machine is packed with 4 GB of RAM, an Intel Q9450 @2.66GHz, or an AMD Phenom II X6 @3.3 GHz processor, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 or AMD Radeon 7750 for the graphics card, and 50 GB available storage space. Of course, any other configuration above this is welcomed.
The Ships Of Fortune update for Sea Of Thieves is now live, as the game is available also for Xbox One besides the PC version.