Pearl Abyss announced at the Xbox E3 press conference today that they would be bringing Black Desert Online to the Xbox One. While the graphics look amazing and the content they featured was great, it does appear that this is going to be a direct port of the game to Microsoft with all of the content that has been added tot he game to date. For those of you not familiar with the MMORPG, we have a full description of it below along with the trailer that came out today. It will be interesting to see if the developers can snag an audience with console players and if there will be crossplay between PC players.
Black Desert Online is a sandbox, living-world MMORPG. Experience fast-paced, action-packed combat, hunt monsters and huge bosses, fight with friends in a guild to siege nodes and region castles, train your life skills such as fishing, trading, crafting, cooking, and much more! Players will enjoy jaw-dropping graphics, intuitive skill-based combat, and an immersive story encased in our expansive world that’s just waiting to be explored. Accompanied by a Black Spirit, a companion whose destiny is intertwined with their own, players will discover the secret of the Black Stones and the history of their corrupting effects.
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