UPDATE (April 15) - Sea of Thieves servers are going down in 10 minutes as RARE start rolling out Season 2 of the game. Stay tuned for updates and any issues the devs might encounter!
Original Story - Season 2 of Sea of Thieves is nearly upon us, promising a new Plunder Pass and content to earn.
The popular pirate game is set for a big 2021, as it switches to seasonal content as opposed to monthly tweaks and updates.
With the massive update looming, players jumping back into the game may find themselves anchored by some server downtime.
Here's when the game will be going offline.
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Sea of Thieves Server Downtime Schedule
The official Sea of Thieves Twitter account has posted an update on when the game will be going offline.
The tweet reads as follows:
Attention pirates! The Sea of Thieves servers will be offline from approximately 10am BST tomorrow, Thursday 15th, so that a new Season on the seas can begin! Please plan your Voyages accordingly.
As for how long the downtime will be, that's anyone's guess. The game has had some lengthy update periods before, but we'll soon find out.
They have not commented on how long downtime is going to take, but we can assume it will take a few hours.
You can check out everything you can expect from the update here.