Joe Neate, Executive Producer of Sea of Thieves, revealed during the E3 2019 Inside Xbox that a Spartan Ship Set is now available in Sea of Thieves. This ship livery takes on the appearance of Master Chief in full armor crossed with an actual Spartan warrior from ancient Greece. The ship set is only available for a limited time, so you will need to get in quick to unlock it.
We're proud to unveil the @Halo-inspired Spartan Ship Set, made in partnership with our friends at 343 Industries. Earn it by battling in The Arena on the E3 show floor OR by playing #SeaOfThieves at any time between now and 23:59 BST on Saturday! pic.twitter.com/GOrjvzmBzc— Sea of Thieves (@SeaOfThieves) June 10, 2019
Rare is no stranger to adding in figureheads and ship livery as part of a cross-over between Rare games, but this is the first time another developer’s franchise has found its way to the Sea of Thieves. Previous cross-overs include a Banjo-Kazooie figurehead to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Banjo-Kazooie, a Spinal figurehead based on the character from Killer Instinct, and even a Joanna Dark figurehead from Perfect Dark.
This Master Chief-inspired figurehead is only available for a limited time, in fact, it’s only available during E3 2019. Players will have until Saturday June 15 to unlock the Spartan set, which includes the figurehead, sails, and hull. All you need to do is login and play some Sea of Thieves before the end day and you will have the set unlocked in-game within 72 hours.
Sea of Thieves continues to be a favorite of ours here at Shacknews. We’ve got a rather extensive Sea of Thieves guide hub that covers everything Rare’s pirate fantasy game has to offer, including the phenomenal campaign, Tall Tales.
Be sure to keep it locked to Shacknews as we bring you the latest gaming announcements from E3 2019. If you've yet to do so, make sure you're all caught up on the Microsoft's Xbox press conference, where some pretty big news regarding the next Xbox was revealed. The company also had Inside Xbox, which highlighted some games discussed during Sunday's event and featured news on backward compatibility.
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