2021 was the beginning of Seasons for Sea of Thieves and there was a surplus of sensational surprises to be had, but which Season left the biggest impression on our corsairs?
With Season 3: A Pirate’s Life, five new Tall Tales were introduced and carefully wove a new narrative experience within the Sea of Thieves by combining gameplay elements and design with storytelling and magical musical moments. Of these five Tall Tales, which Tale resonated most?
An entire kingdom submerged in the depths of the Seas was uncovered this year, and with it came six unique Siren Shrine locations. These Shrines gave new loot, new lore, and new sights to behold, but only one of them can be crowned the best Siren Shrine.
What would a good story be without a real bad villain? Our Sea of Thieves is home to some downright nasty pieces of work, but who really left you quaking in your boots, eager to defy and defeat them?
Of course we can’t forget about the little guy either, the minions to the masters, the grunts to the grand admirals... this award goes to the Best Enemy that was introduced in 2021.
There are no rules to how you can Be More Pirate, just tools! But which tool did you think added most to your arsenal of treacherous trickery and tomfoolery?
A long-awaited peek beyond the veil, the Sea of the Damned was finally accessible to rogues, but which location in these ethereal planes did you vote to have the best combination of environment, exploration, and puzzles?
The Sea of Thieves is home to over 100 islands, small and wide, tall and narrow, all with their unique personalities that warm the heart of even the coldest pirate, places we see and remind us of home away from home. Only one island can come out on top however.