Error messages are nothing new in games, and Sea of Thieves has its fair amount of them (all with a beard theme). In this complete Sea of Thieves errors guide, we’ll be going over every single error message in the game, as well as outlining what you can do to prevent receiving error messages in the future. We’ll also be running over several of the more common errors, including the Greybeard, Fishbeard, Bronzebeard, and Kiwibeard errors in particular, as well as highlighting the Sea of Thieves server status.
If you instead need anything else on the wider game of Sea of Thieves, including how to get to grips with your brand new pirate ship, as well as how to raise your standing with all three merchant factions in the game, head over to our Sea of Thieves guides walkthrough hub.
Sea of Thieves Error List Guide - All Beard Errors
Just below, you’ll find a list of every known error message that players have encountered to date in Sea of Thieves. Keep in mind that while these are the current known errors in the game, we’ll be updating this guide with any further information about new errors that comes out way.
Sea of Thieves KiwiBeard Error - How to Fix
This is one of the more common Sea of Thieves error messages, and is most likely caused by either servers for the game being down-which you can’t do much to fix-or by having more than one Gamertag signed in on your Xbox One console. The most common fix for the latter issue is to simply close Sea of Thieves on your Xbox One, sign out of all profiles on your console, and then sign back in to your primary account to continue playing.
Sea of Thieves CinnamonBeard and BronzeBeard Error - How to Fix
Another common error message, these pair of Sea of Thieves errors are always caused by your console or PC failing to connect to the servers for the game. To counteract this, simply close the Sea of Thieves app on whichever platform you’re playing, and relaunch the game to reattempt to connect to servers.
Sea of Thieves AvocadoBeard Error - How to Fix
This Sea of Thieves error message is going to occur if your Xbox Live profile doesn’t have an active Xbox Live Gold subscription. If you encounter this particular error, your membership for the online services might have run out, and you’ll have to head to your profile to fix this.
Sea of Thieves AlabasterBeard, AllmondBeard, and CyanBeard Error - How to Fix
Any of these error messages are going to come about when your console or PC loses connection to the online services while you’re in the middle of playing Sea of Thieves. To counter this, you’ll obviously have to close down the Sea of Thieves app on whichever platform you’re using, and test your internet connection.
Sea of Thieves BeigeBeard Error - How to Fix
This Sea of Thieves error message comes about when your game client for the PC version of the game is out of date. To remedy this, you’re going to have to close down the game itself, and go about updating the game client for Sea of Thieves.
Sea of Thieves DaffodilBeard Error - How to Fix
According to the official Sea of Thieves website, this particular error message means that there’s a problem on the developer’s side, and you’re going to have to wait until they’ve fixed it before you can access the game again.
Sea of Thieves FluffyBeard Error - How to Fix
Another error that’s on the other side of the fence, this error message means that the Sea of Thieves servers have currently been taken offline, and you’ll have to wait for them to come back up before you can play the game.
Sea of Thieves LapisBeard Error - How to Fix
The Sea of Thieves official website details this error message as being something unspecified that has happened on “their side”. As such, all you can do is wait for service to resume as normal.
Sea of Thieves LavenderBeard Error - How to Fix
This error can be caused by your Antivirus/Firewall settings, so you’ll need to review these in order to fix the Sea of Thieves error.
Sea of Thieves LazyBeard Error - How to Fix
As the name somewhat suggests, this error comes about due to a lack of activity in Sea of Thieves, causing you to be removed from your current game due to inactivity.
Sea of Thieves Server Status
You’ve probably noticed that Sea of Thieves servers were chaotic on the day of launch, with multiple errors coming up for players around the world. Since Sea of Thieves is a game where you constantly have to be online in order to actually play the game, the status of servers for the game is paramount.
If you ever need to check on the status of the servers for Rare’s pirate adventure game, head over to the Sea of Thieves server status page.
This might be the end of our Sea of Thieves error messages guide, but make sure to keep an eye on this page, as we’ll be updating it with any brand new errors that we uncover from Rare, as well as any upcoming maintenance periods for the game, when we know for sure that Sea of Thieves will be offline.