Sea of Thieves is the popular online pirate player-versus-player game from Rare Ltd. Take to the waters, sailing, exploring, and fighting your way to hidden treasures and epic loot. The cross-platform multiplayer game has been a hit among PC and Xbox players, but there are some errors to look out for, like with any popular title.
Whether there are routine maintenance procedures or some strange beard code errors, we’ll let you know the Sea of Thieves server status on this page. In case you are having issues connecting to Sea of Thieves, or receiving the infamous Strawberrybeard error code, you can refer to the status below to see if the servers are operational.
Sea of Thieves Server Status
Here’s the current Sea of Thieves server status:
You can find the server status for Sea of Thieves above. Any maintenance or known server issues will be mentioned there. In case servers appear to be functioning normally and you are still having problems, we have some steps you can follow to troubleshoot the problem.
First, make sure your internet connection is working correctly. Try connecting to other games, browsing websites, and ensuring everything works as intended. You may also want to check to make sure your firewall is not blocking access to the game. When connecting, be on the lookout for a popup asking if you would like to allow the connection to Sea of Thieves.
You can try resetting your modem and router, as well as rebooting your PC to fix any problems. Be sure to also check if your game is completely up to date on PC or Xbox, depending on your platform. If the issue persists, you can try browsing the Sea of Thieves support section on the official website.