Sea of Thieves Update Patch Notes

Sea of Thieves Update 2.5.0
Sea of Thieves Update 2.5.0 Rare

Sea of Thieves, the action-adventure game by Rare, received a small patch just a few hours ago. Update isn’t heavy on content or bug fixes; it only makes four changes, but they are important.

Steam Achievements will now work in tandem with in-game achievements. If you want to get previously unlocked achievements on Steam, all you have to do is load the game to unlock these achievements.

The patch notes and list of known issues are mentioned below.

The Forsaken Hunter
  • Players sent to the Ferry of the Damned while taking part in this Adventure will no longer find their equipment, clothing, vanity items and emotes removed.
  • Players affected by the above issue who also found some visual traits of their pirate removed, such as freckles or scars, will find them returned upon loading the game after downloading this update.
Legend of the Veil Voyage
  • Crews defeating a Soulflame Captain during a Haunted Island encounter will now earn the correct number of rewards and gain the intended Emissary Grade progression when playing as an Emissary.
Steam Achievements
  • Steam players should now find that when an achievement is unlocked in the game, it is also consistently unlocked within Steam. Anyone missing previously unlocked achievements should load the game following this update to force those achievements to unlock.
Reduced Server Performance
  • Players may experience scenarios where they encounter ping spikes at random while playing, resulting in rubberbanding or client stutters. While more improvements were released in update 2.5.3, the team continue to work on further improvements for future updates.
Ranged and Melee Weapon Hit Detection
  • In areas of intense action, players may find themselves firing shots or landing strikes that do not cause damage to their targets. While small improvements continue to be delivered during our regular updates, we are continuing to investigate and identify further improvements to the player combat experience.

The complete patch notes can be read via the official site as well.

So what do you think? Are you interested in any of these changes? Have you been playing Sea of Thieves recently? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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