Skull of Siren Song Curse Balancing
- While all ships continue to be afflicted by a curse once the Skull of Siren Song is on board, Galleons and Brigantines will now be further slowed by its effects.
- The Chest and Key recovered during the Voyage can now consistently be used together to unlock the Skull.
- Crews returning the Skull of Siren Song to Captain Briggsy should now consistently find that she is able to take the Skull and complete the Voyage.
- ‘Lords of the Sea’ – Players are now prevented from taking Skull of Siren Song Voyage items into the Siren Spire during this Tall Tale.
- Crews who have engaged in an Hourglass battle will now be able to participate in the Skull of Siren Song Voyage, but will experience a grace period after their battle before the note is delivered.
- Players in larger crews should no longer receive multiple ‘Quest Received’ notifications when starting the Skull of Siren Song Voyage.
- Players are now prevented from burying Voyage items that had only been partially uncovered.
Performance and Stability
- Improved game stability to reduce scenarios where players experience an unexpected exit from the game.
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Full Release Notes
These release notes cover a hotfix. For full details on recently added game features, see the release notes on our latest content update.
Download and Installation
- Xbox Series X: 5.52 GB
- Xbox Series S: 3.59 GB
- Xbox One X: 5.52 GB
- Xbox One: 3.59 GB
- Microsoft Store: 5.45 GB
- Steam: 5.71 GB