Pearl Abyss Release “Kamasylvia Part II” For ‘Black Desert Online’ This Week

Posted by November 13, 2017 Comment

Back in September, Pearl Abyss added the Kamasylvia expansion for Black Desert Online, along with the caveat that it would be coming in two sections. Finally, Part II will be making it’s way to the game on November 15th, but before that, the devs have loaded up this video below for you to see what will be coming your way. We’ve also included a description from the company about what you can expect to find.

credit//Pearl Abyss

The content unfolds while players complete over 100 story-driven quests in the newly opened area. Adventurers will be able to explore the vast open fields and dense forests that surround Grána, the capital city of Kamasylvia, where NPCs sell the latest wares and where players can set up residence by buying new Kamasylvian-style homes. A new Forest Path Wagon can be obtained, as well as a new dream horse called Diné.

Players can look forward to new grinding spots such as Polly Forest, Loopy Tree Forest, Tooth Fairy Forest, and Gyfin Rhasia Temple. Located to the west of Grána city, Polly Forest is inhabited by Imp thieves and is known for its dangerous mushrooms that continuously deal poison damage. The Loopy Tree Forest  is ideal for swift grinding and borders the Acher Guard Post, where adventurers can stock up on potions. The menacing Forest Ronaros reside in the Tooth Fairy Forest, ready to engage brave groups of players who come their way. Finally, Gyfin Rhasia Temple serves as new group-based end-game PvE content where adventurers will face level 60+ monsters for a chance at the new Lemoria Armor Set.

(Last Updated November 13, 2017 2:20 pm )

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