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Submitted by john2 478d ago | trailer

Black Desert Online Gives Us A Glimpse Of What Next-Gen MMORPGs Will Look Like

DSOGaming writes: "Pearl Abyss has released a new trailer for its upcoming MMORPG, Black Desert Online. At first, Black Desert Online looks a bit weird, especially due to its aggressive LOD values. But then we get to see all the little details that Pearl Abyss has added to it, as well as the varied environments that are so gorgeously detailed. Add to this a nice lighting system and some highly detailed characters and you got yourself an MMORPG capable to rival those that are planned for next-gen platforms." (Black Desert Online, PC)

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Shadonic  +   478d ago
I want it now!!
jeffgoldwin  +   478d ago
You didn't give a pro sony comment. Prepare to lose bubbles and get lots of disagrees.

This game does look pretty sweet though.
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