That's right, golden bananas, everything you've always wanted in life. And now, Microsoft has launched a rather unusual competition to mark the arrival of the title with "The Quest for the Golden Bananas", challenging players with a series of riddles to solve, with the ultimate prize of four hallmarked 18-carat gold bananas up for grabs.
With Sea of Thieves sailing ever closer to release, Xbox have started a treasure hunt, giving us the chance to uncover Golden Bananas worth £20,000. Clues will be released every 3-4 hours over three days on the site starting at 1:00 AM PDT. Answers to these riddles could be anywhere, so look sharp.
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When you have filled in all 15 answers in the Passage, submit your crew's entry.
The promotion is open in regions across the world-USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany and Australia- and the first crew in each country who answered all the riddles correcly will be eligible for the semi-finals on March 22.
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The countries that will be able to enter this hunt are the UK, Canada, Germany, Australia, the USA, and France. Should you find yourself marooned elsewhere, these clues will also be scattered digitally as well.
"We couldn't be more excited to be launching Sea of Thieves exclusively on March 20 on Xbox One, Xbox Game Pass and Windows 10, and what better way to get in the pirate's mindset than with The Quest". If you don't have the time to actually go there and solve the riddle, the developers will also release them in some digital form. Just like in Sea of Thieves itself, then, it could very well be worth teaming up with a crew to make this a more manageable collaborative effort.
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