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A variety of Quests are available in Sea of Thieves. Voyages are also available, which string multiple Quests into a longer gameplay element.
Quest Maps can be purchased from Companies. They are held in the map inventory.
Quest types[edit | edit source]
- Treasure Map: A map of an Island with a red 'X' marking one or more Treasure Chest locations.
- Riddle Map: Cryptic clues that are progressively revealed as players correctly interpret them, ending with a buried Treasure Chest.
- Bounty Map: A quest to find and kill Skeleton Captains to obtain their Bounty Skulls.
- Quest for Trade Goods
Voyages may incorporate several different Map types.
Map usage[edit | edit source]
PC[edit | edit source]
- Hold 'E' until a selection wheel appears, select the map by hovering over it.
- Left click to look at the selected map
- Right click to display the map to others
Xbox[edit | edit source]
- Hold 'RB' until a selection wheel appears, select the map with 'RS'
- Hold 'RT' to look at the selected map
- Hold 'LT' to display the map to others
- Press 'RB' to equip the most recently held map.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Quests and their maps cannot be shared between multiple crews. While you can show your map to other crews, they will not be able to locate and dig up a Treasure Chest from another crew's Map, as the Chest will only spawn for the crew holding the Map. Once a crew finds a Treasure Chest and begins digging it up, another crew can then help, or steal it to turn it in themselves. Only one crew can receive rewards for turning in a particular Treasure Chest.
Tips[edit | edit source]
- When treasure hunting via X marks the spot type maps, it can sometimes help to use landmark objects that are directly North/South/East/West of the X, then pull out your compass, face the appropriate direction, swap to the shovel and start digging up a line.