The PS5 release of Sea of Thieves is right around the corner, and Rare has been busy cooking up a variety of special editions for players to pre-order. With that in mind, we're also getting more options on Xbox and PC!

As of today, you can buy the Deluxe and Premium Editions of Sea of Thieves, both of which include a whole bunch of extra in-game goodies. The Deluxe retails at £49.99 / $49.99 and the Premium at £59.99 / $59.99.

Sea of Thieves: Deluxe Edition: "In addition to a wealth of bonus content – Ocean Crawler Cutlass, Pistol, Shovel, Hat, Jacket, Dress, Trousers, Hook and 10,000 gold – this edition of the game comes with a further Deluxe Bundle containing the Collector's Thunderous Fury Figurehead, Collector's Thunderous Fury Sails and Shrouded Ghost Hunter Blunderbuss."

Sea of Thieves: Premium Edition: In addition to a wealth of bonus content from the revised game and 2024 Deluxe Edition, this edition of the game comes with a further Premium Bundle containing the Collector’s Dark Warsmith Figurehead and Sails, the Dark Warsmith Hull, Flag, Wheel, Capstan, Cannons and Cannon Flare, as well as the Dark Warsmith Costume and the menacing Diabolical Dog pet.

Of course, the big bonus on Xbox and PC is that you get access to Sea of Thieves with Xbox Game Pass, and that version has been updated as well - it's now the "2024 Edition" and includes a few bonuses of its own:

Sea of Thieves: 2024 Edition (Game Pass): "Additional digital bonuses include access to the Sea of Thieves Original Soundtrack – 2024 Edition, the Sea of Thieves: Athena's Fortune audiobook and The Rough Guide to Sea of Thieves eBook."

However you choose to play, there are clearly a lot of great options here for Sea of Thieves fans, and the game is about to get a lot more populated in the near future thanks to the addition of crossplay between all platforms.

It seems PlayStation owners are very excited for Sea of Thieves as well, as it's recently been the best-selling pre-order on the platform ahead of the likes of Dragon's Dogma 2 and even Sony's own first-party titles. Microsoft will be pleased!

Will you be picking any of these up, or just playing via Game Pass? Tell us in the comments below.