Season One will begin on Thursday, January 28.Season One will bring a new voyage type for the Merchant Alliance, and marks the start of a new release style for the game, with new content added every 3 months, alongside a battle pass system that will offer rewards for those who play even for shorter sessions.
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Sea of Thieves will introduce a seasonal development system in January 2021 alongside a battle move with free and premium choices.
Introduced as a part of the ultimate Sea of Thieves News for 2020, Uncommon might be transferring away from the sport’s constant month-to-month replace mannequin. The season system will exchange this, bringing gamers new content material each three months, with a “new means of play” launched in each season, beginning with Season One in January 2021. Every season will characteristic common and featured reside occasions in addition to new rewards for pirate outlaws to uncover.
You may progress via 100 ranges of Pirate Renown in every season, unlocking new rewards to your pirate participant character and their ship. This might be separate from the present development system, which sees you rating up firms by partaking with sure pockets of gameplay. Gamers who’ve achieved the coveted title of Pirate Legend can even be receiving specialised unique rewards as a part of the brand new development system.An non-obligatory, premium tier of the battle move referred to as the ‘Plunder Move’ might be accessible, providing much more distinctive rewards and unique objects from the Pirate Emporium.
As a part of the January 2021 overhaul, Service provider Alliance gamers might be happy to listen to that Sea of Thieves will introduce a brand new “Voyage Expertise” tied to the corporate the place crews should use their detective abilities to seek out misplaced shipments and shipwrecks. Again in November, Uncommon revealed the Xbox Series X and S optimizations gamers can count on when enjoying Sea of Thieves on next-gen consoles.
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