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Unboxing the media kit treasure chest for Sea of Thieves

22 Mar 2018

Xbox NZ was kind enough to send FutureFiveNZ a media kit for the Xbox One/Windows 10 PC game Sea of Thieves. The extra cool stuff came inside of a neat looking treasure chest. 

When the media kit came to my house earlier this week, I wasn't sure what was being sent to me. I was very surprised to see a large treasure chest arrive at my doorstep!

The media kit includes a pirate flag, a pirate shirt, a poster, first issue of a comic book, hardcover art book, a Totaku figurine as well as a message/code inside of an authentic glass bottle. 

It's one of the coolest looking media kits that I have received over the years. You can check the items out in more detail with the YouTube video I posted down below. 

Anyway, Sea of Thieves is out now for Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. We should be posting our review in progress of the game sometime next week. Still need more time to grasp what the game is about. 

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