Patch 1.1.5 is now love Sea of Thieves, and it’s brought several new cosmetics and also the expected daily life improvements. The superior among these will be the “Bear and Bird” figurehead, products built to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Banjo-Kazooie and limited by the month of July. Players seeking to get it before it’s gone should fork-over 1998 gold in order to provides it a perpetual home on their own ship or perhaps the vault.
Quality of life improvements include:
- Cannonballs now apply a rocking effect whenever they impact upon a ship
- PC players already have the ability to exit towards the desktop from the inside of the game
- Player titles are now removed from a shop once they’re purchased
Many issues were also resolved on this patch; the whole list includes:
- Multiple megalodons do not spawn during the same zone
- Megalodon encounter music not anymore plays while riding the ferry
- “Crew Managment” and “Allow Friends” menu text have been localized to all or any languages
- The invisible rock in Thieves’ Haven is gone
- ‘Skeleton Exploder’ now shows the best icon while in the Vanity Chest
- Players cannot clip through walls in Plunder Valley
- VFX for lighting gunpowder barrels now appear linked to the fuse
- Shooting oneself within the cannon over the north side of Devil’s Ridge not anymore contributes to getting teleported here we are at one’s ship.
- Header and Footer UI to acquire has become similar to the UI in any other menus
- The “more” button on all radials now updates to mirror new key bindings
- Resource barrels on ships no more periodically restock if they’re beneath the default level
The team also listed a few known issues they’re implementing like “Hungering Deep” rewards not properly being awarded and driving unintended directions after being fired from cannons. Players wondering more can read the full list here. For the people wondering what exactly Sea of Thieves even is, see our review for that full rundown. For additional details on improvements coming over to the overall game, take a look at our Sea of Thieves E3 coverage.