GIVEAWAY: Win a copy of Sea of Thieves [Update with winner]

Sea of Thieves launched last week following great anticipation, and so far, it has been a massive success, as it has become the fastest selling first-party new IP from Microsoft for this generation.

You can read more about the game's strengths and flaws in Neowin's joint review, where I and our very own Dreyer Smit and Pulasthi Ariyasinghe discuss the game extensively. It's by no means a perfect game, but it is a lot of fun to play with friends.

Here's the good news: we are giving away a copy of Sea of Thieves to one lucky Neowin reader!

This is a global giveaway, but do note that this game is a multiplayer-only title that requires access to Xbox Live services, so you will need to be in one of the supported regions to play it. It's also an Xbox Play Anywhere title, meaning that this copy will be playable on both the Xbox One family of consoles and Windows 10 PCs.


How to enter

We're using Rafflecopter to help us track entries and randomly select a winner for this giveaway.

If you wish to enter, simply submit a comment down below, and tell us what you would name your pirate self. This will give you one entry in the giveaway (multiple comments will be disqualified!). If you don't yet have a Neowin username, don't worry - it's free, quick and easy to register!

You can also gain extra entries and increase your chance of winning by doing one or more of these things:

  • Follow @NeowinFeed on Twitter. (This is worth two entries.)
  • 'Like' Neowin on Facebook. (This is worth two entries.)
  • Tweet about the giveaway. (You can do this once per day, and each tweet is worth one entry.)

Click here to open the giveaway page!

The contest will run for a week, with the winner being selected at random shortly after it closes. We will update this post with details of the winner once we have made contact!

Good luck!


WINNER: The winner is Bram W! Congratulations!

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