“We’re extremely excited to be able to let our Australian fans also have an opportunity to try out the console version.” said Pearl Abyss COO James Heo. “We can’t wait to deliver the beauty of Black Desert in true 4K resolution and bring about a whole new console-gaming experience.”
Since its launch in Korea in December 2014, Black Desert has successfully launched worldwide. Up to date, it has accumulated 7.65 million users.
Black Desert for the Xbox One family of devices is scheduled for launch early 2018. Supported devices are: Xbox One X, Xbox One S, and Xbox One.
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