Upcoming MMO Black Desert looks pretty good as far as massively multiplayer online RPGs go. Probably its most vaunted feature, however, has been its super realistic character creator. The Black Desert Online beta has come to an end with launch just a week away on March 3rd. Developers Daum Games are marking the occasion with a series of events, as well as filling the run-up with extra info from their teams about the first few months and beyond. Rewards for taking part include in-game items along with real-world t-shirts and statues. Daum Games’ upcoming multiplayer role-playing game, is launching its final closed beta next month.
The developer announced. To tide players over until its Feb. 18 release, however, the studio has launched the game’s character creation mode as a free, standalone download. You can take a look at it above. The character creation mode is available now and allows you to generate your own playable character. Your creation can be used when the beta fully launches, as well as be ported over to the full game. Black Desert Gold A release date for the full Black Desert Online has yet to be confirmed for North American release beyond a 2016 launch window, however. I appreciate giving a list of serious problems a less than serious name.
But it doesn’t lessen the impact of the problems players have run into and the solutions the developers are offering, which include players deleting their characters and starting over. Black Desert Online has been available in its homeland of Korea since December 2014, following a four-year development period. A Western release was confirmed shortly before its Korean launch. But first you’ll need to make sure the town is connected to some production nodes. To do this you’ll have to find the node you wish to work on and connect it to town by investing Contribution points into it. Once you’ve done this it’s time to get your worker started on his quest for success.
The official North American launch for the Korean PC MMORPG with the magical character creator of magic and creation is two days away, but we’ve got a little head start in Black Desert Online. Honestly I’ve no real idea what to expect in the game, which apparently goes beyond sculpting your character to perfection. There’s fighting things, and extensive housing system, crafting—basically a bunch of things I’ve only read about thus far. I didn’t get too far in the beta. I didn’t want to spoil anything. Black Desert Online features a pretty complex character creator, allows you to play as one of eight different classes, and has various sandbox systems outside of the action combat.
To get your worker started on a production node simply click on the node and a Black Desert Online new interface window should pop open listing off your worker list and the towns that they are in. You can also see the work information for the node you’ve selected, as well as the amount of time that job will take to complete, and the times you can repeat it. The maximum amount of repeats is determined by your workers Action Strength. The avatars created in Black Desert looked pretty much like modded version of Skyrim’s characters—all the ugly wiped away in favor of super pristine complexions.