It has been nearly a year since Black Desert Mobile released in Asia and now Pearl Abyss will finally allow Western players and the whole global fanbase to play the game! Black Desert Mobile will launch globally on December 11th 2019.
Black Desert Mobile is finally making its way to the West. Developer and publisher Pearl Abyss has announced that the mobile iteration of the popular PC and console MMORPG Black Desert Online will be launching sometime in December of this year. The game is now available for pre-registration on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
Pearl Abyss has announced that Black Desert Mobile will release the graceful Maehwa character on April 17th. The Maehwa is the female counterpart of the Musa. The female sword-wielder class specializes in weaving in and out of fights. She is known for being able to easily lock down single opponents in PvP.
CCP Games Will Launch A Korean Version Of Space MMO EVE Online – Release Date Is Aimed To Be In Q4 2019
In the fall of 2018, Pearl Abyss, makers of Black Desert games acquired CCP Games, the Icelandic developing company behind the space-based sandbox MMORPG EVE Online. Now it has been officially announced that a Korean-localized version of EVE Online will launch in Q4 2019 (fourth quarter)! Players from the Republic of Korea will be joining the global EVE Online community. More information will be sent out as we get closer to a release date.
With the acquisition of CCP Games, the launch of Black Desert on Xbox One for North America and Europe, and the planned global release of Black Desert Mobile in the first half 2019, Pearl Abyss’ global reach is growing steadily.
In the past decade, many MMO developers have jumped on the bandwagon of tapping into the rapidly growing mobile market by creating mobile spin-offs of their PC games. MMOs are meant to be played with others, so it makes a lot of sense to bring these awesome titles to mobile phones – a device that billions of people now have in the palm of their hands. Here is a list of the mobile MMO spin-offs that have already, will, or are expected to release in 2019!
Pearl Abyss held their Q1 2018 earnings report conference call on May 11th and has made several announcements in regards to the future of Black Desert Mobile, the mobile rendition of the popular PC MMORPG Black Desert Online. Inven global reports that Black Desert Mobile will receive new PvP content including Conquest War and Battlefield in the coming months and is working towards the global version.
While the global version of Black Desert Mobile is still promised to launch in 2018, the recent launched Korean open beta has just added the latest class addition named Blade Master. Blade Master is known as Musa in the game’s PC counterpart. Blade Masters are single sword and Horn Bow wielders that fight with oriental-style martial arts. They are specialists in 1 on 1 battles.