The fun, cooperative pirate game from the legendary developer Rare, Sea of Thieves plans to launch its line-up of new content in May, starting with The Hungering Deep, reportedly adding a new in-game event.

The developer has been somewhat cryptic on the details of The Hungering Deep, not reveling any specifics on what kind of new mechanics will be added to the game, nor specifying what this new “A.I threat” is supposed to be. Personally I hope it’s Cthulu. I like Cthulu. And I also hope that this new mechanics is Insanity and players will be able to become cultists of the Deep One.

The devs promise to greatly expand on the game by adding a new ship model as well as adding weekly events, new mechanics, new rewards for the players, and more with the Cursed Sails and Forsaken Shores updates.

And all of this is certainly a breath of fresh air, because the Sea of Thieves is… Barren, right now. Don’t get me wrong, it’s really fun to sail around with your friends, annoy them with the accordion and subsequently get fired off of a ship’s canon, but the game’s charm quickly wears off as there’s just really little to do in Sea of Thieves.