Pearl Abyss announced today that a new update, The return of Garmoth, is available for Black Desert on PS4 and Xbox One. As its name suggests, this update marks the return of the purple dragon in the universe of the game. The players can go deal with it in the last boss battle available. Those that manage to bring down the beast you can then invoke it with the help of a parchment, and use them.
Pearl Abyss, developer of the massively multiplayer online RPG “Black Desert,” is opening up pre-orders for a PS4 version of the game starting July 2.The studio announced the news in a press.
Black Desert begins its PlayStation 4 open beta, making it available free to play through August 13. The game officially launches on August 22, and pre-orders are available at the link below.
Black Desert on PS4 and Xbox One can now play as Maehwa, the latest character class to arrive on console.
The popular Korean MMORPG Black Desert has just followed up on its E3 2019 announcement with a confirmed release date - it's coming to PS4 on 22nd August. If you're really interested, the game can.
Not all versions of Black Desert are up to date in terms of content updates (similar to games like Warframe and Monster Hunter World at launch). In this case, it’s the PlayStation 4 version that lags behind its brethren. That means players who simply don’t have access to the same content will nonetheless be able to interact with each other — including engaging in PVP battles.
Give your adventure a boost with a free major update that adds two new character classes, two large-scale PvP feature modes and a monstrous world boss for you to battle against. Musa class Unleash a variety of oriental martial arts in combination with devastating sword skills and a horn bow. Dark Knight class Wield the beautiful but lethal Kriegsmesser and burn through nature’s energy to.
Cross-play support coming to Black Desert Online on PS4 and Xbox One. Black Desert Online players on consoles will soon be able to play together. 4 months ago. Shadow Arena closed PC beta begins.