Sea of Thieves fixes cannon teleporting (sort of) and bans cheaters

This week’s Sea of Thieves update did keep the servers down extralong on the holiday, but there wasn’t much to it. There’s a new cross-promotional figurehead, a new rocking effect to cannonball impact, less UI clutter in shops, and fixes for several bugs, including this gem: “Players will no longer be teleported back to their ship when they shoot themselves from the cannon on the north side of Devil’s Ridge.” However, this bug remains: “Some players travel in an unintended direction when fired from a cannon.” Can’t wait to find out where people who don’t reach patch notes shoot themselves!

Oh, and by the way, stop being a cheating cheaterpie. They’re on to you. Or “a number” of you. Wait, is zero a number? “This week we’ve banned a number of players who we’ve been able to confirm have been cheating,” Rare says. “Those players have been contacted via email and we’ve removed their Sea of Thieves account privileges. We will continue enforcing a zero tolerance policy to this behaviour and taking regular action against any players who are found to be cheating.”

The new dev vlog is down below.

Source: Patch notes
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Justin Bania

Does anyone else feel like this is a game like For Honor that is gonna fall off the radar rapidly, then have a super niche following?