‘Sea Of Thieves’ Season Four trailer reveals it’s sailing into port next week

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Explore the underwater ruins as the new season begins

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sea ​​of ​​thieves Season four will officially release on September 23, according to developer Rare.

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The official trailer can be viewed below, and it shows off an underwater ruin that looks like a lot of updates will be focused on.


There are of course lots of new types of loot and chests to be seen as well, as a shot from the trailer shows a treasure chest glowing with wear and tear under water. A player also has a golden crocodile hat in the trailer, and some new ship cosmetics can also be seen.

Going underwater for season four means a lot, as Pirates of the Caribbean crossover incident life of a pirate It included quests that saw players explore the depths of the ocean, and it also introduced an air bubble mechanic.

an eagle-eyed Twitter The user said he wondered “whether the new journeys will be discovered through bottles rather than buying them from trading companies,” as the beginning of the trailer shows an NPC standing next to a new bottle design.

If you want to see potentially upcoming sea ​​of ​​thieves Content you can sign up for in advance insider program. It offers pre-release builds of upcoming content, additional in-game rewards, and the opportunity to give feedback on the official forums.

However, signing up for the Insider program means that you will also be signing an NDA agreement, so you cannot share any of these details online.


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Sponge Bob Squarepants: The Cosmic Shake SpongeBob and Patrick will offer 30 unique costumes and seven levels to explore as they travel through portals to various ‘Wishworlds’.

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