Sea of Thieves teases new additions forward of Season 2’s launch subsequent week • Eurogamer.internet

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Sea of Thieves will likely be elevating anchor and embarking on its second official season – bringing new content material, recent participant development, and related rewards – subsequent Thursday, 15th April.

There’s not lots to report on Season 2 simply but, however – barring minor tweaks to the formulation – it ought to proceed the template established by Sea of Thieves’ present, inaugural season, providing a three-month-long schedule of content material updates and occasions, constructed round a recent battle go.

Anticipate one other 100 ranges of rewards within the free tier – progressed by means of by finishing varied actions whereas out on the ocean – plus a small choice of Pirate Emporium goodies and unique cosmetics that may be unlocked by buying the paid Plunder Move.

Past that, Uncommon is not saying a lot simply but, however at present’s Season 2 launch date announcement trailer does provides just a few hints of issues to come back.

Sea of Thieves Season Two Approaches.

Alongside the same old beauty additions, the trailer teases a brand new Skeleton Fort world occasion – signalled by a menacing pink Ritual-Cranium-like cloud within the sky – plus a brand new hide-in-a-barrel emote with some severe PvP potential. And Maybe we’ll additionally discovered precisely who’s establishing stall round Sea of Thieves’ outposts after three months of in-game teases.

Anticipate Uncommon to offer a extra thorough breakdown of Seas of Thieves’ second season forward of its launch on Xbox and PC subsequent Thursday, 15th April.

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