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Microsoft Edge launches support for iPad and Android tablets

The debate over which browser is the best has been going for nearly as long as the internet has been around. Though Microsoft’s Internet Explorer was once the butt of many jokes, the company has […] Read More

Sea of Thieves drops plans for “death tax” after community pushback

Now that Sea of Thieves has launched, Rare is looking to improve the game with new features and updates. Right now, Sea of Thieves can feel a little feature-light, with PvP dominating the game because there aren’t really any penalties in place for failing. Recently, Rare announced to plans to change that by deducting gold from players who die on the high seas, but after an outcry from players, it seems those plans have changed.

First, a little background for those who are unfamiliar with the way death works in Sea of Thieves. At the moment, dying isn’t much of an inconvenience – when you kick the bucket, you’re forced to wait on a ghost ship for a small amount of time, after which you’re teleported back to your ship (assuming it’s still floating) alive and well, ready to continue the fight.

While forcing people to wait a short amount of time before they’re revived helps ensure players don’t get caught in endless battles where pirate

Sea of Thieves drops plans for “death tax” after community pushback

Now that Sea of Thieves has launched, Rare is looking to improve the game with new features and updates. Right now, Sea of Thieves can feel a little feature-light, with PvP dominating the game because there aren’t really any penalties in place for failing. Recently, Rare announced to plans to change that by deducting gold from players who die on the high seas, but after an outcry from players, it seems those plans have changed.

First, a little background for those who are unfamiliar with the way death works in Sea of Thieves. At the moment, dying isn’t much of an inconvenience – when you kick the bucket, you’re forced to wait on a ghost ship for a small amount of time, after which you’re teleported back to your ship (assuming it’s still floating) alive and well, ready to continue the fight.

While forcing people to wait a short amount of time before they’re revived helps ensure players don’t get caught in endless battles where pirate