‘Sea of Thieves’ Forsaken Shores Update is Now Available

Sea of Thieves has seen major improvement since it’s initial release. Rare has now released their third major content update in the form of Forsaken Shores. Forsaken Shores adds a new area to the game by the name of the Devil’s Roar. Players will have to traverse active volcanoes, heat vents and superheated water along these islands. Sailors will also have access to the Row Boat which will help you traverse the new area. Check out some more information below as well as the trailer for Forsaken Shores above.

About Sea of Thieves Forsaken Shores Update:

  This morning on Xbox Wire, Rare announced that Forsaken Shores, the third major free content update for “Sea of Thieves, ” is available now. Forsaken Shores offers “Sea of Thieves’” biggest update yet at no charge for those who own the game or access it through Xbox Game Pass. Forsaken Shores officially invites players do the Devil’s Roar, and all-new region to explore. This perilous and challenging area of the Sea of Thieves will have players encountering volcano eruptions raining down hot rocks and flowing lava, terrifying earthquakes, unpredictable geysers that can fling players into the air and dangerous super-heated water around islands.

Also new to Forsaken Shores is the Row Boat, which will be key to assisting the navigation of this dangerous new region, but also enriching all journeys across every area of the world. Pirates can experience this content and more as part of a four-week campaign to uncover the secrets of the first crew to venture into the Devil’s Roar.

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