What you need to know
- Sea of Thieves is an open-world pirate adventure from Rare.
- The game is getting a "Legends of the Sea" event.
- "Guilded Voyages" are back along with even greater rewards.
- Sea of Thieves is part of Xbox Game Pass.
Celebrate the Legends of the Sea!— Sea of Thieves (@SeaOfThieves) January 15, 2020
🗺️ Seek the marks of renowned players
⚓️ Take a Gilded Voyage
💀 Reaper's Hideout gold bonus
🍻 New Pirate Emporium & Black Market stock
⚔️ Adventure cross play preferences
☠️ And more!
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Today, Rare revealed the next update for Sea of Thieves. The "Legends of the Sea" event not only brings new cosmetic items, but it also brings with it "Guilded Voyages" and more. You can take a look at the major features below.
- After hearing rumors of legends from the Sea of Thieves, a new adventurer has made the journey to the Devil's Shroud. The Lagoon of Whispers has become the home of Umbra, a chronicler of famous pirates.
- Stitcher Jim has vanished and left in his place the ever-faithful Duke. He has Guilded Voyages for you to embark on which offer a lot of loot.
- The microtransactions Pirate Emporium has been stocked with new items you can buy.
- The Black Market also provides new items for you to collect.
- Xbox One players now have the option to enable an Xbox One Controller preference for Adventure matchmaking.
There's a lot more coming with this update like tons of bug fixes. You can read about them all on the Sea of Thieves website.
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