Pearl Abyss has united Twin Class sisters Woosa and Maegu on Black Desert Online and Black Desert Mobile. Both sisters are now available to play, with some hints at future content to come.
Twin Class sisters Woosa and Maegu will expand to all Black Desert platforms next week. Maegu debuts in Black Desert Online on January 16th and Woosa will arrive in Black Desert Mobile on January 17th.
The latest Black Desert Mobile update starts new events, adds new zones, a story update, a new field boss and more.
Black Desert is ramping up its push for the two Twin Classes in the MMO, and this time it's through the first of a four-part dramatized audiobook about the Maegu and the Woosa.
Earlier this month, Pearl Abyss hosted its first-ever North American Calpheon Ball, bringing its celebration to Los Angeles to reveal the future of Black Desert, as well as celebrate the work so far. During the event, we had the chance to chat with the executive producer of Black Desert, Jaehee Kim.
2022 has been a year for sure, with many games launching expansions, dropping lawsuits, and more. Here are your choices for our End of the Year Awards, including the Players' Choice for MMORPG of the year!
Woosa and Maegu, the sisters debuting in Black Desert Online and Mobile, will each appear on different platforms, with Maegu only available on mobile until sometime in January, when both switch.
Last weekend, Pearl Abyss pulled the veil back on its Twin Classes, the Woosa and Maegu, coming to Black Desert PC and Mobile respectively this month. While we heard that the Maegu is coming to PC in January, Pearl Abyss have confirmed to MMORPG that the Woosa will be jumping to mobile in January as well.
This past weekend, Pearl Abyss held its first ever North American Calpheon Ball. The event saw new classes revealed, a new region, and much more. We had a highlight piece over the weekend, but Lowry is here with all the coupon codes, quality of life changes and more announced during the event!
During a massive livestream event in Long Beach, California, Pearl Abyss ended 2022 with a bang, revealing detailed on the MMO's first-ever Twin Classes, as well as a look at a new region coming to Black Desert Online next year.
Black Desert is celebrating its Calpheon Ball today, with Pearl Abyss announcing the future of the MMORPG in Long Beach, California later on tonight. If you're tuning in, what are you looking to see from the MMO?
The latest update for Black Desert Mobile is here, adding a new grade of Memories, beginning several events, including a server quest collective event, and some additional improvements.
Season 10 of Path of Glory begins with Black Desert Mobile's latest update. The update also brings some new progression options, fairy outfits you can get buffs from, and a slate of events.
News broke over the weekend of a terrible tragedy at a Halloween celebration in South Korea. In a show of solidarity, South Korean developer Pearl Abyss has decidedly ended the Halloween events that were meant to run through early November.
The new Fairies and Magical Creatures update for Black Desert Mobile is live, and it brings a fairy companion, the ability to build a fairy house to raise it, as well as new events, and quests.