How to claim Sea of Thieves Twitch Drops (Season 7)

Each season of Sea of ​​Thieves comes with waves of Twitch Drops (pun intended) that allow players to request cosmetics for their character and pirate ships. It’s a great way to support content creators for the game and get items and gear that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to unlock. While some of these cosmetic drops may return in the future, most Twitch Sea of ​​Thieves drops are one and done. If you want to spice up your pirate look, here’s how Twitch Drops work in Sea of ​​Thieves.

How to link Sea of ​​Thieves to Twitch

The first thing you need to do is link your Sea of ​​Thieves account to your Twitch account. You can do this by signing in to your Microsoft account on the page Twitch drops official page on the Sea of ​​Thieves website and click on the Twitch Link Account option. On this page, the collection of current or future awards is also displayed.

How to get Twitch Rewards for Sea of ​​Thieves

Like the Twitch rewards for each game, you should watch the Twitch stream of each game Partner streamers The easiest way to claim your in-game items is to find these streamers through it Twitch’s own directory From partner streamers, tagged Drops Enabled.

Prior to Season 7, players had to log into Twitch multiple days in a row to unlock multiple items from a cosmetic set. For example, the first wave of Season 6 required you to watch 20 minutes of a stream on Friday to unlock the Twilight Hunter Blunderbuss, and you do the same on Saturday for the Twilight Hunter Cutlass, etc.

Starting with Season 7 of Sea of ​​Thieves, players can watch streams every day during the four-day Twitch Drop period and receive an item every hour. So, you can leave a stream for three consecutive hours each day to earn all three Twitch Drop rewards. The first wave of Season 7 will allow players to unlock Rising Morningstar costumes for their pirates. This set was not available from previous Twitch Drops celebrating Halloween and Thanksgiving 2020.

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