Yar! There be open beta
here!




The open beta for Pirates of the Burning Sea has been running for
several weeks now, and hundreds of the early entrants into the open
world are detailing their initial experiences with the game. With all
of the information in the game now available to the general public, the
Ten Ton Hammer editorial staff was interested in how the development
team at Flying Lab Studios was holding up to the new challenges of
thousands of players interacting in this new world. To answer our
questions, we sat down with the producer of Pirates of the Burning Sea,
John Scott Tynes, who gladly answered all of our questions with
extremely detailed and thorough responses. Read on to see what he had
to say!


We are already working on our first free content
update which includes
a new repeatable group instance, The Bey's Retreat, that is targeted at
a group of 6 level 25 players. It's a massive instance with multiple
battles at sea and on land and it should take two to three hours to
beat. That first content update should be out in March and includes
lots of other great stuff as well. We'll be moving on to making level
50 group raids like this, and we have a lot of soloable level 50
content planned, too.



To read the latest guides, news, and features you can visit our Pirates of the Burning Sea Game Page.

Last Updated: Mar 29, 2016

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