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Sea of Thieves gets a new free update called "Shrouded Spoils"

Sea of Thieves "Shrouded Spoils" free update now available (Source: Xbox Wire)
Sea of Thieves "Shrouded Spoils" free update now available (Source: Xbox Wire)
The fourth major update for Microsoft's Sea of Thieves arrives under the "Shrouded Spoils" banner and includes new Merchant Alliance items, six new skeleton forts (in addition to the three existing ones), improved skeleton ships, new custom ship items, more frequent Kraken appearances, new Megalodon variants, and more.

Yesterday, Sea of Thieves received its fourth free major update so far. This update, called "Shrouded Spoils," improves some of the new content added at the end of September by the "Forsaken Shores" update, but it also comes with a few new elements.

The highlights of the "Shrouded Spoils" update include the following:

  • a fog that can appear suddenly and hide various dangers both at sea and on land
  • improved skeleton ships, as well as a new "Battle of the Devil's Roar" skirmish
  • cannons, wheels, and capstans that can be used to customize the ships
  • new Pirate Legend Commendations for Athena Levels 1-10
  • six new skeleton forts
  • new Merchant Alliance items, including Mermaid Statue Gems, the explosive Mega-keg, and the Crate of Ancient Bone Dust
  • increased spawn rate for the Kraken
  • new Megalodon variants

Just as the three previous such updates, "Shrouded Spoils" is freely available to all Sea of Thieves players who purchased this title on Windows 10 or across the Xbox One family of devices.

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Codrut Nistor, 2018-11-29 (Update: 2018-11-29)
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