Sea of Thieves is celebrating one million Pirate Legends with Legends Week
Rare has announced a week of events for Sea of Thieves to celebrate reaching the milestone of 1,000,000 Pirate Legends.
Players can become a Pirate Legend in Sea of Thieves by reaching level 50 with at least three of the game’s Trading Companies. Once achieving this feat, players will receive the Pirate Legend title, a new shanty titled “We Shall Sail Together” that unlocks the Pirate Legend hideout, access to new Legendary items and voyages, and the chance to join the Legends-only Athena’s Fortune Trading Company.
Starting tomorrow, Rare has a series of events planned that will include a first look at the new Legends-exclusive voyage coming to the game soon, double rewards, and more. Get a look at the full schedule below:
- April 5th – Pirate Legends statistics over on the official Sea of Thieves website.
- April 6th – The debut of a new series of videos that shows Sea of Thieves Partner HitboTC going from a new character to Pirate Legend. The video will air on the official Sea of Thieves and Xbox Twitch channels.
- April 7th – The reveal of the new Legend of the Veil Voyage on the Sea of Thieves YouTube channel.
- April 8th – Double gold and reputation for items handed in to the Mysterious Stranger for Pirate Legends.
- April 9th – The reveal of a new Legendary Spotlight profile to sit alongside the Community and Creator spotlights on the game’s official website.
- April 10th – A one-day Gold & Glory multiplier for all players that offers boosts to gold, reputation, and Renown, as well as free Athena’s Fortune Fireworks from the Merchant Alliance.
- April 11th – The final day for Pirate Legends to receive the Silvered Legendary Eeyeptahc for logging in and the final day of a special sale in the Pirate Emporium.
Sea of Thieves is available now on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC.
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