Korean MMORPG Black Desert Online, known for its wonderful visuals and unique combat has finally arrived to Xbox One. The game is available in four editions, with the cheapest currently set at $9.99 and the most expensive one at $99.99.
Pearl Abyss' MMORPG Black Desert has finally arrived to Xbox One after almost four years of exclusivity on PC. The launch comes after two open beta tests which attracted more than 300,000 players.
Black Desert Online launched with four available editions - Base Game, Standard, Deluxe and Ultimate Edition. As the name suggests, the Base Game edition will give you access to the game without any shiny additions. It's obviously the cheapest version and it costs $9.99.
Standard Edition will cost you $29.99 and it adds Snow Wolfdog pet, 30-days Value Pack which gives you additional inventory and storage slots and 30 per cent experience boost. On top of that, you get Pearl Box with 500 pearls which can be used to buy costumes, furniture, outfits and mounts.
If you're ready to spend even more on the Korean MMORPG, the Deluxe Edition is available for $49.99 and it includes everything from the Standard Edition, plus a little bit extra. For an additional $20 you'll get a random Tier 3 horse and Calpheon Chargers' Horse Gear Set.
And lastly, the most expensive one - Ultimate Edition costs $99.99 and on top of everything from the Deluxe Edition, it adds Belle Epoque Wagon Set, Kalstein Outfit, Junaid Cat pet, permanent Horse Flute, thirty 3-type XP scrolls and a storage maid.
To celebrate the release, Pearl Abyss also revealed the roadmap for the first part of 2019. According to the notes, players can expect four new classes, new world bosses and three new regions - Valencia, Mediah and Kamasylvia.
On top of that, the developers will increase the level cap, add new skills and Node and Siege wars. Pearl Abyss plan to release this content before July 2019.
For those unfamiliar with Black Desert Online, many consider it as one of the best looking MMORPGs currently available. The game also features a unique combat system which requires manual aiming, seamless world and large-scale castle sieges. However, a lot of these neat features are overshadowed by the game's progressions system that some players consider as pay to win.