Sea of Thieves latest closed beta is making splashes on the Xbox One and PC, and players around the world are already setting off on daring adventures to find treasure and loot the ships of others. As the escapades continue, PlayStation 4 owners can only look on in helplessness, the same question rumbling through their minds; will the closed beta or final release ever make its way to the PlayStation 4? Will Sea of Thieves eventually come to the PS4?

Will Sea of Thieves Come to PS4?

We’re not going to lie here, the answer isn’t good, and it’s going to leave many PlayStation 4 owners disappointed. At this point in time, Rare has made no announcements about the arrival of Sea of Thieves on PlayStation 4—in any capacity at all. That news likely isn’t to change anytime soon, if at all, which means PS4 owners won’t get to feel the wind as it pushes them across the sea or taste the salt of the ocean’s waves as they lap against their ship.

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While Sea of Thieves is developed by Rare, Microsoft is the one publishing the game, and it’s the latest in a nice line-up of Xbox Play Anywhere titles that have helped bridge the gap between Microsoft’s console and PC fanbase. Because of this, it’s highly unlikely that the game will makes its way onto the PlayStation 4, however, we can’t say for sure, as developers have been known to release onto consoles that weren’t expected.

So, while we will say that it is unlikely that the PlayStation 4 players will see Sea of Thieves on the PS4, we cannot write it off entirely—and we won’t speculate on the matter. If you’re interested in trying out the closed beta, though, and you have access to a Xbox One or PC, then you can check out our guide on how to join the Sea of Thieves closed beta. Also, make sure you keep an eye on the site, as we’ll have an assortment of guides coming out for the game as we grow closer and closer to release and learn more about the title itself.