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Sea of Thieves’ first mid-season update adds new fishing event, charity sails, and more

A month into Sea of Thieves’ first battle pass season, Rare’s multiplayer pirate adventure will receive its first mid-season update, introducing a new limited-time event and associated rewards, various new Pirate Emporium goodies, plus another charity sail sale, this time with proceeds going to Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Sea of Thieves’ latest update arrives today, 18th February, and aims to keep things fresh while players progress through the three-month-long Season One’s 100 levels of rewards by introducing a new themed event inspired by the Hunter’s Call trading company

The Festival of Fishing, as it’s known, runs from next Thursday, 25th February, to 18th February, and gives pirates a chance to earn new fishing rods inspired by the Gold Hoarder, Merchant Alliance, and Order of Souls trading companies – as well as a fourth rod based on the Frostbite cosmetics set – by completing various fishing-related challenges.

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A month into Sea of Thieves’ first battle pass season, Rare’s multiplayer pirate adventure will receive its first mid-season update, introducing a new limited-time event and associated rewards, various new Pirate Emporium goodies, plus another charity sail sale, this time with proceeds going to Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Sea of Thieves’ latest update arrives today, 18th February, and aims to keep things fresh while players progress through the three-month-long Season One’s 100 levels of rewards by introducing a new themed event inspired by the Hunter’s Call trading company

The Festival of Fishing, as it’s known, runs from next Thursday, 25th February, to 18th February, and gives pirates a chance to earn new fishing rods inspired by the Gold Hoarder, Merchant Alliance, and Order of Souls trading companies – as well as a fourth rod based on the Frostbite cosmetics set – by completing various fishing-related challenges.

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