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Iron Gut adds Sea of Thieves to gaming roster

Publishing company signs deal with Rare for limited edition art prints.

Iron Gut Publishing is celebrating securing a deal with video games studio Rare for the hotly tipped Sea of Thieves.

The European-wide deal will see the publishing company create limited edition art prints featuring concept artwork from the studio’s in-house team of artists, as well as treasure maps, playing cards and coins.

Products will be available in time for the game’s release on March 20.

Anthony Marks, md of Iron Gut Publishing, commented: “When we saw the beautiful artwork the team at Rare had produced, the passion that has gone into creating an immersive world that will knock the player’s socks off, we knew this is something we would want to be involved with from the very start.”

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