‘Sea Of Thieves’ Season Five content update has been announced

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sea ​​of ​​thieves Season Five will release on December 2, and Rare has released a trailer detailing the new features, including more than 100 new levels of rewards.

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players of sea ​​of ​​thieves There will be a huge content update when Season Five releases next month. The update includes new features, rewards and quality of life improvements. Players will now be able to have a number of new interactions, including burying treasure for others to find, sitting with other players, and even getting gold to restore health.

Several other changes have also been implemented. Players will now be able to swing the speaking trumpet to whisper to players close to them, as well as present their own voice. There is also a facelift of the rowboat with a larger cannon attached to the front. New clothing and items themed around the festive period will also be available.

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Completing the accolades in Season Five will give you party ship sets as well as themed clothing and weapons. An additional pass called the Plunder Pass will also be available for purchase, which includes an aurora borealis themed ship set. Several in-game purchases will also be available around Disney Pirates of the Caribbean, Including a rebel mutt companion.

The update also includes a slew of new emotes, including the festive tree emote, and three new ballads to play. Changes in quality of life include improvements to dropping ammo upon defeating enemies, new markers on Mag and Kraken loot, and a faster and easier system for moving items between storage boxes.

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