1) Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
Radically differing from previous titles, The fourth iteration of the main series gave players the seas. The game takes places in the Caribbeans during the Golden Age of Piracy. You will be playing the game as the pirate captain Edward Kenway that fights for glory earn the respect of fellow legendary pirates like Blackbeard, Calico Jack, Benjamin Hornigold. Loot underwater shipwrecks, fight off enemy ships, search for buried treasures in the Caribbean islands, escape to the hidden coves. This game offers you the life of a pirate.
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
2) Sea of Thieves: Anniversary Edition
Sea of Thieves is a pirate-themed multiplayer open world game. The player takes the role of a pirate captain(solo) or crew(multiplayer) to sail the oceans of its fictional world. Remote islands, hidden coves, buried treasures, pirate ships, the pleasure of sailing, tropical storms, dangerous enemies, rum, this game has everything.
Sea of Thieves: Anniversary Edition
Blackwake is a multiplayer naval game that focuses on teamwork and cooperation. You can form your own pirate crew with up to 13 players strong, and play with 54 players in total. Repair your ship, maintain the cannons, ready your weapons, drink your rum and live the pirate life.
Set in a grim fantasy world, Maelstrom has little room for realism. Instead, it has leviathans, orcs, dwarves and fast-paced medieval naval combat. Sink enemy pirate ships, defeat ocean leviathans, loot floating bounties, upgrade your ship and more!
Windward is an action-filled naval sandbox game that puts you at the helm of the ship as you sail within the high seas of the procedurally generated world. Whether you want to use a swift schooner to explore the oceans or a heavy galleon to challenge multiple enemy ships at once, it is up to you to decide.
6) Naval Action
Naval Action is a game that focuses on realism. It allows you to truly experience sailing when sailing ships ruled the high seas. With an enormous open world, utmost realism, you can build ships, trade and engage naval combat with enemy ships.
7) Sailaway - The Sailing Simulator
While Naval Action focuses on historical sailing ships, Sailaway focuses on modern sailboats. Sailaway brings modern sailing to your computer screen. If you want true digital sailboat experience, then Sailaway is the answer.
Sailaway - The Sailing Simulator
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