The MMORPG will change publishers in time for the game’s five-year anniversary
Manhattan Beach, California — January 27, 2021 — Today, Pearl Abyss announced it will take over publishing rights for Black Desert Onlinein North America and Europe. This means Pearl Abyss will control publishing rights for the entire Black Desert franchise on all platforms, including current and next-gen consoles, PC, and mobile devices, excluding the South America region. Starting February 25, the game’s developer will also assume live service from long-time partner Kakao Games. Players can continue their Black Desert adventure and earn rewards for transferring their accounts.
The Hero Action brawler’s development team restructures to give its players what they want
SEOUL, South Korea — January 14, 2021 —Pearl Abyss announced today that Shadow Arena has shifted its primary game mode from 1v40 battle royale to a team-based “Trio Mode.” The change comes after an extensive review of player feedback during early access, which has given the developers the opportunity to give its players exactly what they’re asking for: more strategic and cooperative gameplay. The biggest change is a dramatic shift in scope, with the new “Trio Mode” narrowing combat into 3v3 battles, where each teammate has a clearly defined role.
Roadmap reveals a new expansion, a PvP mode, mounts and Nova class launching on all platforms in 2021
Seoul, South Korea, December 14, 2020 —Pearl Abyss announced during the Calphe:ON Ball stream on December 12 that Pearl Abyss will consolidate both publishing and development of Black Desert Online starting February 24. The company also announced the content roadmap for Black Desert Online, Black Desert Console and Black Desert Mobile for the first half of 2021. For the first time ever, the franchise will receive a new class, Nova, simultaneously across all platforms on December 22.
The open world action-adventure is slated for release in winter 2021
Seoul, South Korea, December 10 2020 —Today, Pearl Abyss revealed a new gameplay trailer for their upcoming game Crimson Desert. Showcased during The Game Awards, the trailer dives into the open world action-adventure slated for Winter 2021 release, on consoles and PC.
Claim $100 of EXCLUSIVE In-Game Black Desert content when you purchase a qualifying Portable SSD from PNY.com
Los Angeles, September 23rd, 2020 — Pearl Abyss, a South Korean video games developer/publisher, and PNY Technologies, a global technology leader in flash memory solutions, have announced today that they have embarked on a unique collaboration that will benefit Black Desert players across North America.
Announces their Black Desert IP has reached $1.7 billion dollar in lifetime revenue
Seoul, South Korea – September 10, 2020 – Pearl Abyss is ten years strong! The South Korea-based game developer was founded on September 10th, 2010 and launched their flagship game Black Desert in 2014. Growing into a global phenomenon, Black Desert is now 40 million Adventurers strong, with players in more than 150 countries, across four platforms.
Seoul, South Korea, July 28, 2020—Pearl Abyss and Kakao Games launched today in Black Desert crossover content with Netflix Original Series, Cursed, which recently premiered on the popular streaming service. The content features a new Cursed-themed questline that will be rolled out on all platforms.
Seoul, South Korea, July 23, 2020—Pearl Abyss and Kakao Games announced today that they are developing in-game content for Black Desert based on the Netflix Original Series, Cursed. Netflix’s Cursed is a ten-episode medieval high fantasy series that premiered on the popular streaming service on July 17, 2020.