How to get the Spartan Ship Set in Sea of Thieves

Learn how to get the Spartan Ship Set and coat your sailboat in a lick of paint that would make even Master Chief proud in Sea of Thieves.

Rum-lovers gather round! Sea of Thieves is offering all players the chance to claim the futuristic Spartan Ship Set for a limited time. It won’t let you fly to another planet, but this snazzy starship set might just send your reputation sky-high as you sail the waves. The Spartan Ship set includes a figurehead, sails, cannons and more for the discerning Master Chief fan. All the parts are purely cosmetic, of course. If you’re a Halo fan you won’t want to miss this chance, so read on to learn how to get the Spartan Ship Set in Sea of Thieves.

How to get the Spartan Ship Set in Sea of Thieves

How to get the Spartan Ship Set in Sea of Thieves
You've only got a few days to get the Spartan Ship Set in Sea of Thieves. © Rare

To get the Spartan Ship Set in Sea of Thieves, all you need to do is play Adventure or Arena for at least five minutes of an active game session. The event runs August 20-24, and you’ve only got until 3pm PT (6pm ET, 11pm BST, or 8am on the 25th AEST) on August 24 to secure it. Take a look at those space-age sales billowing below to see if they’re up your street, or, er, waterway:

Don’t worry if you don’t see the gear appear immediately in your hold. Rare has said that there could be a delay of up to 72 hours before the Spartan Ship Set appears, so try not to panic as you wait. Here’s everything included in the set:

  • Spartan Figurehead
  • Spartan Flag
  • Spartan Sails
  • Spartan Hull
  • Spartan Wheel
  • Spartan Capstan
  • Spartan Cannons

If you complete the five minutes of active session playtime, each part of the Spartan Ship Set (except for the flag) will appear in your ship customization chest within 72 hours. The Spartan Flag will be found, as you might expect, in the ship flag box at the top of your crow’s nest.

For a total of five minute’s worth of effort, it’s pretty each to get the Spartan Ship Set in Sea of Thieves. If you’re interested, just make sure you hop in before the deadline on August 24! While you’re here, feel free to browse the rest of our Sea of Thieves guides and content for helpful tips and tricks.

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