Thursday, September 27, 2018

Sea of Thieves Forsaken Shores Out Now

Sea of Thieves reaches a new region of The Devil’s Roar in the recent free update Forsaken Shores.

We already have our first look of what developer Rare Studio and publisher Microsoft Studios cooked up in a latest free content for action-adventure title Sea of Thieves at Gamescom 2018, which is coming soon as the biggest update for the game.

Whether you already own the game or been accessing it using Xbox Game Pass, you don't need to spend a single dime to get this one. So, we guess there are no more excuses for fellow community members to set sail for more, exciting adventures.

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Sea of Thieves Forsaken Shores Out Now

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Below is a video of all the details from release notes and watch British actor Matt Berry (House of Fools, The Wrong Door) filling you in with everything you need to know.




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Players of the game are beginning their journey towards the The Devil’s Roar, which is known for being a volcanic region. Up until now, they haven't encountered anything like this and now there are volcano eruptions and heavy earthquakes to shake them down.

Also, no one is safe from a sudden spring of geysers, not to mention the hot water around the isle. To help you find the way among these lands, this update introduces Row Boats. Remember, with great challenges, there are great rewards as well.

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While this new content launches on September 27 for everyone to experience and to last forever, there comes a time-limited campaign that will run for four weeks and it will reveal the fate of the first crew that ever came to The Devil’s Roar.

Aside from that, you will discover new quests which will lead you across the world for some cargo runs with the Merchant Alliance. It will not be there before week three but making successful trips by delivering the goods properly earns you some serious prize.

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Volcano Raining Down

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Another great thing to add is that from November 8, Sea of Thieves will support traditional Chinese as a language option officially. This is a great way of making all pirates from over the world join for an epic adventure and enjoy it at its fullest.

People have been patiently waiting for Forsaken Shores and Rare Studio hopes to make it worthwhile. Hopefully, it will be greatly appreciated after all the hard work from developers and Devil’s Roar will become a new pirate destination for seven seas.