Earlier today, Microsoft revealed their plans to release an exclusive Sea of Thieves Xbox One S bundle in March to coincide with the launch of the game. The Sea of Thieves Xbox One S bundle will include everything players need to set sail on the open seas in March, including a copy of Sea of Thieves and a 1 TB hard drive.

Here is a list of everything included in the Sea of Thieves Xbox One S console bundle:

  • Xbox One S Console with a 1TB Hard Drive
  • Xbox Wireless Controller
  • Full-game download of Sea of Thieves
  • 1-month Xbox Live Gold membership
  • 1-month Xbox Game Pass trial with access to over 100+ games
  • HDMI cable (4K capable)
  • AC power cable

Originally announced on Xbox Wire, the upcoming Sea of Thieves console bundle will be released on March 20, the same day that Sea of Thieves launches for Xbox One and Windows 10. The bundle costs $299.99 and includes a number of valuable items for prospective pirates, including a full copy of Sea of Thieves. 

Sea of Thieves Xbox One S bundle

 

The Xbox One S console also supports video streaming at 4K resolution and comes with a built-in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, High Dynamic Range, and premium Dolby Atmos spatial audio. Pre-orders are available now on the Microsoft Store and at retailers worldwide. Those who choose to snag this exclusive bundle from the Microsoft Store will get a $50 discount off their purchase.

Sea of Thieves has been making waves ever since the launch of their Closed Beta last month. Rare has since issued several more scale tests to iron out any kinks prior to the game’s official launch. There could be more scale tests on the way, so we’ll be sure to keep you informed of any updates.

Sea of Thieves will be a part of the Xbox Play Anywhere program, which means that players who own the digital copy of Sea of Thieves will be able to play the game on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. This is great news for players looking to pick up this new Xbox One S bundle, as it still gives players the option of enjoying their seafaring experience on PC. 

If you’re one of the many prospective pirates looking to play Sea of Thieves on Windows 10, be sure to review the Sea of Thieves PC system requirements to make sure your rig is ready to set sail on March 20. To get the latest news, tips, and tutorials on Sea of Thieves, be sure to check out our Sea of Thieves game hub where you can learn how to complete bounties, get new clothes, and start a voyage.