Pearl Abyss’ pretty online role-playing game Black Desert launched on the Xbox One last month, lacking much of the content that had been added to the PC version since its 2016 debut. It’s catching up quick though, with a free update today adding four new classes and large-scale player-versus-player events.
Pearl Abyss, the Korea-based developer behind Black Desert Online, will purchase EVE Online publisher CCP Games, the companies announced today. CCP Games will “continue to operate independently,” according to a press release, as well as contributing its publishing and development experience to Pearl Abyss’ projects.
Black Desert Online, the striking massively multiplayer online role-playing game with a strong focus on martial arts, is finally scoring some ninja on July 20. Don’t they look amazing?