Sea of ​​Thieves – Season 7 is now available

Deepak Gupta August 17, 2022
Updated 2022/08/17 at 6:55 PM

For Xbox console or Microsoft Windows PC owners, Sea of ​​Thieves continues to represent one of the most fun pirate adventures in videogames.

It is a game whose longevity has already surpassed barriers that few thought possible and remains in good health. Proving this is the fact that Season 7 is now available.

The longevity of Sea of ​​thieves, originally developed by the Rare studios, is such that its popularity remains high, which in turn has made the development team continue to release improvements and content systematically.

In this pirate adventure, which has us sailing through open seas for exploration full of adventure, action and treasures, news has been happening regularly and recently season 7 has arrived.

Since last week, it has been available for free to all Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows 10/11 PC, Steam, and Xbox Game Pass players, season 7, which brings Captaincy.

Captaincy has long been one of the most anticipated features of the Sea of ​​Thieves community, allowing players to sail as captain of their own ship and access many new customization, progression and gameplay options.

Captains can name their new ship, purchase decorations for their quarters, display Trinkets earned from past and future adventures, pursue Pirate and Ship Landmarks, and much more. A pirate's favorite feats can also be selected for display in the Captain's Log, which can be viewed by other players and will also help keep track of the current game session.

With ongoing, time-limited Adventures - starting with "A Hunter's Cry" on August 18th - 100 levels of Seasonal Renown to complete, and the ongoing intrigue of the first Sea of ​​Thieves Mystery. In other words, there are adventures for all types of pirates this season.

How many of you have ventured into the pirate-infested seas of Sea of ​​Thieves?

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