Developer 3DCloud hoisted a first look at a brand new pirate-themed RPG King Of Seas onto Youtube last night, just in time for Talk Like A Pirate Day.
While we were busy rolling our Rs and digging out the other eye patch, the Italian crew behind upcoming salty RPG King of Seas unleashed a barrage of bright colors, stitched together to make a first look at this adventure. King of Seas looks set to be yet another swashbuckling action-adventure, closer to the vein of Sea of Thieves than Atlas, where players get to take on the role of a mischievous sea dog, all while scaring up some loot.
A Glimpse Of The Gold
In order to whet your appetite, The first gameplay trailer, which you can check out at the top of this post, comes with a bunch of additional information about the new title. While King of Seas might seem familiar to fans of the deep, it stands apart in several ways. Most importantly, 3DCloud point out that King of Seas is entirely procedural. Any captain assembling a new crew will find each campaign plays host to a new world. Players can choose their own path through this treacherous environment, navigating past naval patrol corridors, conquer new settlements and overcome fa range of change weather conditions.
Like any good pirate, your ship is more than just your transport, it’s a home. Players in King of Seas will be able to acquire and customize five different classes of ship. Whether you have a sloop, brig, flute, frigate, or galleon each of these can be changed with over 900 items all in good time to get into a scrap on the seas.
If you’re ready to pilot your ship through the high seas, tool up your ship, hone your craft and level up your pirate skills, then King of Seas is coming to Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC, via Steam, later in 2020.