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The latest content update for Sea of Thieves has brought a bunch of treasures

The latest content update for Sea of Thieves has brought a bunch of treasures. Lost Treasures, to be exact. Except they’re found and being distributed to players of the piratical sandbox. Hair splitting over an update name aside, there’s a number of new things added to the game.

For those players who want to take on the game’s narrative Tall Tales PvE quests, they’ll find tooltips on the map to show them which island to begin, as well as a new checkpoint system to let players take these adventures on at their own pace. As for players who prefer to write their own adventures, there are new daily bounties with tasks like taking on named targets, handing in specific types of treasure, navigating to a specific location, or taking out enemies with a certain move among other things.

Sea of Thieves players can now look forward to various daily bounties, which will be anything from beating up skeletons to singing shanties with a crew. Gold and Doubloon rewards that players get will reflect the difficulty of the task, so don't expect to get rich on singing alone. If you are in lack of Sea of Thieves Ancient Coins, visit our site, a reliable and cheap online in-game currency store.

Every Friday starting this week, you'll get increased rewards from Stronghold items found in forts. Rare is calling these new, "entirely-original titled events" Fort Nights. And every day between 10am-11am and 6pm-7pm PT (6pm-7pm and 2am-3am BST), trading in loot on Outposts earns you extra gold.

Elsewhere, today's update introduces a range of new regular and limited-time events building on the core experience, starting with daily challenges. A new daily challenge will appear at 12:59am each morning, doling out rewards - either piles of gold or doubloons - based on the difficulty of the endeavour. Some tasks might simply demand players drink in a tavern with another crew, for instance, while others might ask them to down multiple skeleton ships.