Pirates of the Caribbean is heading to consoles as part of a Sea of Thieves original adventure.

Microsoft announced last week it was “all-in on gaming” and further demonstrated on Monday at the E3 expo with a massive boost to its Xbox Game Pass service.
As part of its overall strategy, the company is working with manufacturers to embed the gaming experience into televisions and also signalled its subscription offering would also be a big part of its future.
One of the keys to that is Bethesda, the game publisher bought by Microsoft for US$7.5 billion last year as part of it’s purchase of ZeniMax Media.
During the Xbox and Bethesda games showcase 30 games were previewed, with 27 of those heading to Xbox Games Pass.