From January 28, 2021, Introducing the rare new seasonal system The sea of thieves, With new content and new battle pass. In preparation for this change, Aryavar has released an official video guide explaining all that is new, falling before they can lift the anchors in the hope that they will answer all the questions of the players at once. So let’s look at the details.
First, Each season lasts about three months: Each divides new content, events and a new development system into a hundred levels. Rare says this new system will allow the development team to “create more meaningful experiences and return to more predictable output”. Apparently they do not fail Minor Update, Designed to fix bugs, improve quality of life and add new inventory to the Pirate Emporium.
The sea progress system of thieves will be separated In ten teams, each is divided into ten levels. Players can earn a new coin, “Renown”, which can be equated and earned by playing multiple functions and simply. Balancing earns money, cosmetics, emotions and antique coins for pirate emporium.
The seasons also introduce Challenges are divided into thematic categories And designed “for any kind of game session”. Exploration, adventure and combat skills will be tested. In addition, they allow you to get the right amount of Renown and the rewards of commitment.
This will be all we have pointed out so far Free for all players. However, there will be a “Pirate Pass”, a paid pass pass dedicated to receiving premium items: weapons, equipment, emotions and cosmetics for the ship are only available at the Pirate Emporium. All items in the Pirate Pass are only available to paid players: after a while they will be accessible to everyone in the Pirate Emporium.
Robbery costs a pass 999 antique coins, or about $ 10 / euro, But will allow you to get items with a total value of $ 40 / euro if you reach level 100 by the end of the season.
We remind you that the Sea of Thieves is part of the Gay Pass. Here is the second batch of free games for subscribers for January 2021.
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