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Black Desert Online has grossed over $ 2 billion since its launch in 2014

In the past few hours, the studio Pearl Abyss, developer of Black Desert Online, announced that the MMO RPG has grossed over 2 billion dollars since its launch in 2014. The title, thanks to the continuous updates offered ...

Free is Beautiful - Black Desert Online

Yes, Pearl Abyss has decided to make her MMORPG Black Desert Online free to download. Black Desert Online is a sandbox setting MMORPG, released in 2015 in South Korea and in 2016 ...
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Black Desert, the developer talks about the division of the MMO market

Of all the recent MMORPG titles, Black Desert is certainly one of the most popular, thanks to the continued support of the developers and the commitment of the community. Recently, thanks to the introduction of cross-play between PlayStation 4 and ...

Black Desert Online, the cross-play between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is coming soon

Black Desert Online is definitely one of the most loved MMORPGs by the public at the moment, either for the above average graphics for the genre, for the skill-based system or for having one of the editors ...

Black Desert Online Beta PlayStation 4 - Preview

MMORPG fans, you are called to report: from 9 to 13 August the open beta of Black Desert Online is available on Play Station 4 and, if you missed the genre, it is an opportunity that ...

Black Desert exceeds one billion dollars

The Black Desert MMORPG franchise, developed by Pearl Abyss, has surpassed $ XNUMX billion (gross) in less than four years. The South Korean studio announced the news today and explained that the series ...

Frostpunk Mobile coming to iOS and Android

It's been less than a year since 11 Bit Studios wrapped the Frostpunk story with the game's final DLC. TO...

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, PS5 exclusive for at least six months

Sony's exclusivity of Final Fantasy VII Remake continues. Intergrade will be PS5 exclusive for at least six months. Shown again by Square Enix via a new trailer, ...

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