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And then naturally fight over the treasure when all is said and done. Or, hopefully stick to an Alliance agreement. The latest update to Sea of Thieves, called Fort of the Damned, sees players taking on Voyages to find Ritual Skulls and claiming Flames of Fate - in order to take on an updated threat at Old Boot Fort. In what is the biggest update to the game's Fort/Raid system since launch.

With the Fort activated on demand as long as the requirements are met, in what is a new permanent fixture in Sea of Thieves. Here's a breakdown of the October update - which also covers new cosmetics, a new instrument (a banjo!), and updates to the Arena.

Sea of Thieves continues to impress with its monthly updates and this looks to be no different. Though getting all the Flames of Fate (which are obtained via dying a certain way) might prove to be difficult for small crews who want to take on the challenge without the help of other pirates.

It's a pretty sizable update so be sure to head here for the full patch notes.

Sea of Thieves is available on PC and Xbox One and as part of Xbox Game Pass.

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