Be More Pirate and Celebrate Sea of Thieves at Microsoft Store!

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Ahoy! Grab your pirate crew and set sail at your local Microsoft Store to celebrate the launch of Xbox One and Windows 10 exclusive Sea of Thieves. Come aboard to a Microsoft Store near you on March 20 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., local time, and celebrate the free-roaming pirate life with your crew. Treasure will be awarded to those with the best pirate costumes. The first 200 attendees at the flagship Microsoft Store in New York and Sydney and 50 attendees across other store locations, starting at 5:30 p.m., will receive an exclusive Sea of Thieves poster!

If you are in New York or Sydney, join us at the flagship Microsoft Store on Fifth Avenue or Sydney flagship Microsoft Store on Pitt Street Mall and get a chance to win some great pirate swag, including an Xbox One S bundle! If you don’t want to dress up or take part in the challenges, but you’re keen to get your feet wet and test the waters, Sea of Thieves will be playable in stores throughout the day. Enjoy extra special pirate experiences at the flagship Microsoft Store in New York, including pirate shanties from the famous pirate band, The Skullduggers, and a pirate themed photo experience.

Don’t miss out on exotic islands, hidden secrets and the chance to become a Pirate Legend. Visit Microsoft Store or order online and be one of the first to play Sea of Thieves!

For the latest updates on gaming events and streams including how you can take part at your local Microsoft Store, check out and the Microsoft Store Facebook page.

We hope to see you there!

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