Community Code of Conduct
Community is a central focus for us on Sea of Thieves. Its core concept has always been players creating stories together, and since the game’s unveiling at E3 2015 we’ve loved seeing the community grow with us. We’re proud that Sea of Thieves has brought together millions of players from across the world and all walks of life.
Building the game with our community and hearing their feedback has been important to us since our very first test. Our positive community is a testament to our players and the way they’ve embraced our vision for a welcoming and inclusive multiplayer game. If you haven’t already, check out the Pirate Code that we created with the community back in 2017.
As the game has grown, so has our community and the places we interact with them. In line with the Xbox Community Standards, we wanted to put together a Code of Conduct that covers our expectations for community behaviour – not just in-game, but across all our official channels and community spaces. Whether you’re a seasoned pirate or someone dipping their toes into Sea of Thieves for the first time, here’s how we expect our players to behave.
Code of Conduct Breaches
We take our Community Code of Conduct seriously. We will take action on accounts that we determine to have breached our Code of Conduct or the Microsoft T&Cs. Account actions can range from warnings and suspensions to permanent account termination from our game and services at our discretion, where doing so would be in the best interests of Rare or our customers.
If you believe that someone has broken our Code of Conduct or the Microsoft T&Cs, please read the article at the link below and create a support ticket. This will be reviewed and the appropriate action taken by our support team.
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