Private Servers have been introduced in Season 10 of Sea of Thieves and we have you covered.
Sea of Thieves has just launched Season 10, called Safer Seas, which is deemed to be one of the game’s most significant seasons. One of the most highly anticipated features of this season is the introduction of a new mode, Safer Seas, that enables players to enjoy the game on private servers.
In a typical PvP-style game, players are required to play with others, which often leads to trolling and griefing. However, Safer Seas Season offers a solution to this problem with its private servers. When you join a private server, you and your crew will be the only ones sailing the seas, creating a peaceful environment to learn the game’s mechanics, practice ship handling, and explore the world at your own pace. In essence, it transforms the game into a single-player experience.
Sea of Thieves offers two game modes – High Seas and Safer Seas. While High Seas is the regular PvP mode, Safer Seas is a PvE-only mode that provides a more peaceful experience. In Safer Seas, you can sail without worrying about being attacked by other players. However, Safer Seas has certain limitations such as reduced rates of earning Gold and Reputation. Also, some features like Emissary play and captained ships are not available in Safer Seas. Nevertheless, the peace of mind that comes with sailing in Safer Seas is worth the small price you pay for it.
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The launch trailer of Safer Seas doesn’t reveal much about the game, except that it has been released. I personally prefer playing MMO games as if they were single-player games, and I know that there are many others who feel the same way. Fortunately, with Safer Seas, players can still progress at their own pace while also having access to the new Plunder Pass.
Although Safer Seas comes with some limitations like reduced gold and reputation gains and the absence of certain features, I believe its peace of mind and freedom outweigh these drawbacks.