Pirates of the Burning Sea 14-Day Trial Offer

Updated Tue, Sep 30, 2008 by Medeor

Talk like a pirate week is past, play like a pirate for two weeks is now!

Flying Lab Software has announced a free 14-day trial offer for their award-winning, swashbuckling high sea adventure, Pirates of the Burning Sea. For those needing a refresher on the key game features for Pirates, look no further:

· Join one of the four loyalties French, Spanish, English or Pirate

· Battle other players to control more than 80 conquerable ports in the Caribbean

· Explore the world and make a name for yourself in more than 1,000 missions

· Vie for power and wealth with the fully player-driven economy

· Build, capture, and customize 158 historical ships

· Design your own personal flags and customize sail decals

· Choose from 3 different styles of combat – deadly and formal Fencing, flashy, dual wielding Florentine or rowdy and treacherous Dirty Fighting

For more information, and download instructions, please visit Pirates of the Burning Sea.

If you are looking for more referrals to play the game, Flying Labs got some kudos from none other than founder of 38 Studios Curt Schilling in the latest Wired Magazine:

"Just back from CES ... I wanted to throw some kudos to the guys at Flying Labs. I am arguably the last person on the planet to think pirates and that whole genre are cool, but from my first 30 or so minutes of exposure to [Pirates of the Burning Sea], I can't say enough good things about it."


Pirates of the Burning Sea will be sailing away from SOE later this month. Make sure that your account is ready to leave port.

News, Official Announcements
Wed, Jan 23, 2013

Pirates of the Burning Sea will be departing from SOE in January, but the pirate-based MMOG will continue to sail on.

News, Official Announcements
Wed, Dec 19, 2012

GDC Online is just a few short months away and a trio of new speakers have been announced that include representatives from SOE, CCP and BioWare.

News, Official Announcements
Wed, Jul 25, 2012

Sony Online Entertainment maintenance period will bring down online gaming services for 24 hours on Monday.

News, Official Announcements
Fri, Apr 20, 2012

News from around the 'Net