Pirates, prepare yourselves for more plundering, more action, and more swashbuckling as Sea of Thieves Season 4 arrives on September 23 with tons of new content.
Start planning your subaquatic shenanigans early with the Sea of Thieves Season Four Content Update Trailer! Siren Shrines, Treasuries and boatloads of Coral loot arrive this Thursday, September 23rd. pic.twitter.com/8yOdrc4OYQ
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With Season 4, developer Rare is bringing six Siren Shrines for players to explore. Each Siren Shrine contains a unique challenge that can be completed for valuable rewards. Players can also set course for Siren Treasuries and loot coral treasures which, when handed over to trading companies, will earn them rich rewards. Be wary, there are underwater enemies to make things a tad difficult. Players can protect their loot from other pirates by storing the plundered treasure using merfolk statues.
Both the Shrines and Treasuries will be marked on the map. A shimmering light on the sea surface is a sure indicator of a Siren Shrine.
Keep an eye out for coral-encrusted message bottles
Players should be on the lookout for coral-encrusted message bottles which will open up quests that will take players into the Sunken Kingdom to find the Breath of the Sea, a valuable treasure that can be returned to trading companies for great rewards.
Some of the rewards include Sunken Sorrow Ship parts, new weapons, new scards, and more.
Sea of Thieves Season 4 Plunder Pass
Season 4 also comes with a Plunder Pass featuring 100 levels of free rewards like Siren’s Wrath Ship parts, Cursed Adventurer’s Cutlass, Wanda’s Spyglass, Wicked Web clothing set, and more.
The Plunder Pass can be upgraded to earn new, rare cosmetics like Jack-o-Looter themed outfits, weapons, ship sets, and more.