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Submitted by lavera 354d ago | screenshot

Black Desert Second Closed Beta Screenshots: Calpheon Expedition

Black Desert's second closed beta took place from April 22 to May 11. Over 30,000 testers participated in this beta and over 50,000 characters were created. In the second CBT, Black Desert introduced new region Calpheon, fortress siege, mount taming, new character creation system etc. Here are some screenshots of Black Desert in this beta. Take a look.

Black Desert is developed by the Korean game company Pearl Abyss and produced by Kim Daeil who is the maker of Continent of the Ninth. It is a sandbox MMORPG featuring large-scale castle siege, trades, seamless open world etc.

The Korean, Japanese and Russian versions have been confirmed and the developer is still looking for a western publisher. Korean open beta of Black Desert is set for the second half of 2014. (Black Desert Online, PC)

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