Sea of Thieves Where to Find & How to Fight the Kraken

The Kraken is a monster you can fight and defeat in Sea of Thieves. It is an imposing creature, and fighting it can take a lot out of you. Fortunately, fighting the Kraken in Sea of Thieves itself is pretty simple, if not necessarily easy. We’re going to show you how to defeat and where to find the Kraken in Sea of Thieves.

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Sea of Thieves How to Fight the Kraken
Sea of Thieves How to Fight the Kraken

Sea of Thieves Where to Find Kraken?

The Kraken in Sea of Thieves spawns randomly in different parts of the map. Just like so many other different things in this game. You can’t really find the Kraken; it’s going to find you. You really won’t have a warning, either. The water will turn black, and the Kraken’s tentacles will shoot out of the water. The GosuNoob crew ran afoul of the Kraken in the waters between the Isle of Last Words and Skull Keep. It was right next to the huge, jagged rocks jutting out of the water in a kind of circle.

How to Defeat Kraken in Sea of Thieves?

To defeat The Kraken in Sea of Thieves, you have to shoot the tentacles. That’s it. However, as simple as this sounds, it’s not exactly as easy as it sounds. You’ll have to constantly load the cannons and aim carefully at the tentacles, then fire. Of course, somebody is also going to have to be on ship-repair / bucket duty, as the Kraken will keep beating on it. However, when it comes to strategy, there’s not much else to it. Load the cannon, take aim, and fire. Eventually, the Kraken will retreat.

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The Kraken also has several different methods of making your life more difficult. Sometimes, it will snatch one of your crew members of the ship, so you’ll have to shoot the tentacle in order to release them. Other times, it might wrap a tentacle around the ship. Then, you have to wail on said tentacle until it lets go. However, sometimes, it won’t do any of these things. All in all, the fight itself is kinda underwhelming. Plus, it seems you can just sail away from the fight, with a little luck, so there’s that.

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