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Kunoichi and Valkyrie Arrive in Black Desert Console, Guardian Class Hits PC January 22

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Black Desert on console sees the addition of two new classes, while the PC version is set to receive the Guardian class.

On the console side of things, the Kunoichi has been released on Xbox One, while the PS4 will receive the Valkyrie tomorrow, January 9. Skills for the Kunoichi include:

  • Flash Slash - Kunoichi disappears and unleashes powerful hits upon her enemies.
  • Kuno Stab - Using her elite reflexes, the Kunoichi uses her Kunai to stab the vitals of her enemies, rendering them useless.
  • Ninjutsu: Shadow Explosion - The Kunoichi draws power from the shadows and unleashes an explosion in front of her, knocking back opponents.
  • Tragic Blade - The Kunoichi deceives her opponents to think that she is vulnerable, and during their next attack she picks the opportune moment to strike a killing blow.

Valkyrie skills include:

  • Celestial Spear - The Valkyrie raises her sword to the sky can calls down a spear thrown by Elion himself, knocking Valkyrie’s foes to the ground.
  • Judgement of Light - The Valkyrie calls out for Elion to deliver his final judgement on those unworthy. The power of the blast causes enemies to bounce high in the air, dealing an incredible amount of damage.
  • Sacrum Ferit - Using her powerful shield to open up the enemies defences, the Valkyrie lunges in with her Lancia, piercing through multiple enemies.
  • Hastiludium - The Valkyrie charges into the front lines, hitting all those in front of her with her powerful Lancia attacks.

Meanwhile, the PC version pre-registration is live now for the pre-creation on January 15. The class itself is set to go live on January 22. Yeah, that’s a lot of dates! You can learn more here.


Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.