Sea of Thieves emporium 2.4.1 patch notes
Sea of Thieves has released an update to their huge Emporium. This is a big news patch, my hearties. That’s right, and I’ll stop there.
There are many things to do. We’ll go through all of it and find the highlights. But you can also read the patch 2.4.1 information right here.
Sea of Thieves patch note
Seafoam Castaway Bilge Rat Set
- Outpost’s clothing shops now carry the Seafoam castaway bilge rat clothing set. It is available for purchase at gold.
A figurehead for the Silent Barnacle
- The Figurehead of the Silent Barnacle, long thought lost, has finally reached the Outpost shipwrights. It is now locked behind the Hoarder of Barnacled Gold Commendation.
- Crews that encounter individual Ocean Crawlers, Phantoms, or skeletons of an enemy group while exploring islands should notice a decrease in the frequency with which they call for reinforcements.
- Crews will now have a longer respite after defeating Ocean Crawlers and Phantoms.
Player Onboarding Improvements
- New players will arrive on the Sea after listening to the Mysterious Stranger at the tavern and directing them to the signs that will guide them around Outpost.
- After selling their items to the Gold Hoarders or Order of Souls, new players will receive a notification informing them that they can purchase Voyages from these Trading Companies, which will provide additional loot.
- The new players who purchase their first cosmetic items will learn how to use the different cosmetic chests, including clothing, weapons, equipment, and ship parts.
Spatial Audio Support
- Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and other supported PCs now have Spatial Audio enabled. This allows players to experience immersive surround sound and elevation audio through headphones and Atmos-capable Home Theatre systems.
We have chosen a few of our favourite squashed bugs from the many.
All enemies should be able to quickly dig up and bury booby-trapped treasure without having to retreat into the sand.
While participating in Arena contests, crews can no longer retrieve Quest Boards’ buried treasure maps from their Crew members.
The Sunken Grove’s treasure maps should now be exact and not show certain areas as water.
After a period of inactivity, players sitting or asleep cannot avoid the idle timers.
Rats will be seen climbing the stairs to escape to the top deck when the lower and middle decks of a Galleon are filled with water.
There are many other issues, so make sure to check the patch notes for any additional information.