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Error messages are not new to games, and Sea of Thieves has several of them (all with a Bart theme). In this comprehensive Sea of Thieves error post, we will review all the error messages in the game and show you what you can do to avoid receiving error messages in the future. We’ll also review some of the most common errors, including Grey Beard, Fish Beard, Bronze Beard and Kibbled errors, and highlight the server status of Sea of Thieves.
Some Sea of Thieves players report encountering the Marblebeard error code when trying to connect to the in-game servers. It is known to occur during an unsuccessful attempt to join a session and is probably related to a server problem.
Perform a Connection Test
If you have not already done so, perform a login test by following these steps:
- Press the Xbox button to open the guide.
- Select Settings.
- Select All Settings.
- Select Network.
- Select Network Settings. All known failures are displayed in the center of the screen.
- On the right hand side of the Network Settings screen, select Test multiplayer connection.
Sea of Thieves Server Status
You’ve probably noticed that the Sea of Thieves servers were chaotic on launch day, with several bugs occurring in players around the world. As Sea of Thieves is a game where you have to be online all the time to be able to play, the status of the servers is of utmost importance for the game.
If you need to check the status of the servers in the pirate adventure game Rare, visit the Sea of Thieves server status page.
Make sure the NAT is OPEN
It turns out that the most common problem that causes the MarbleBeard Sea of Thieves error on the Xbox One and the PC is the inconsistency with the Network Address Translation (NAT). This is absolutely necessary to determine how easily your computer can connect to other players when you play a game.
If your NAT is closed, you can expect to see the Marblebeard error code every time you try to connect to a game server.
However, there is a universal patch (enable UPnP) that allows you to leave your NAT open. But before you get to this guide, you should check the status of your NAT.
If your NAT is already open, activating UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) will not solve the problem for you.
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