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Sea of ​​Thieves reveals future plans for player guilds and private game sessions in Season 10

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In July, developer Rare announced its upcoming content updates for Season 10 of its pirate-themed game sea ​​of ​​thieves will be delayed until October 19. This week, the developer announced some of the new features that will be added as part of Season 10, including a new way to play the game.

in a blog postRare stated that when Season 10 begins, sea ​​of ​​thieves Players will be able to form their own guilds in the game. Rare countries:

Offering a new way to play together with your friends, player-created guilds will allow up to 24 pirates to unite under one banner. Guild members can sail their friends’ pledged ships even when offline, and work to increase the guild’s collective reputation to unlock a wealth of new rewards.

Later in Season 10, Rare will launch a new competitive hunt in the game called Skull of Siren Song. All players on one server will be able to be notified when the hunt starts at the same time, so everyone can try to be the first to get the magical item.

Finally, as part of the plans for Season 10, sea ​​of ​​thieves will earn a new mode called Safer Seas. This will allow one player to test the game by themselves, or with a trusted group of friends, on their own private server, so they don’t have to deal with other online players.

While this mode will not include all the content of the full game, including its multiplayer features, it will be a way for players to enjoy content on their own. It would also likely be a good way for new players to get used to the game’s mechanics.

Before the start of season 10, sea ​​of ​​thieves Players will be able to watch the third and final episode on Sea of ​​Thieves: The Legend of Monkey Island Crossover on September 28.

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