Black Desert coming to PS4 in 2019; Black Desert Mobile launches globally in 2019

Pre-orders available starting July 2.

Black Desert

Black Desert is coming to PlayStation 4 in 2019 in North America, Europe, Japan, and South Korea, developer Pearl Abyss announced. Pre-orders will open on July 2 and include early access to the full game and in-game rewards.

“Our team has been working diligently to make Black Desert the best that it can be, and we’re finally ready to reward our patient player base,” said Black Desert lead producer Kwangsam Kim in a press release. “If you’ve been looking for a open-world action MMORPG on the PS4 with deep personalization to fit your gameplay experience, we encourage you to pre-order this July.”

The PlayStation 4 version of Black Desert includes remastered graphics and audio, an optimized user interface created for a console experience, and 4K resolution support on PlayStation 4 Pro.

In addition to the PlayStation 4 version, Pearl Abyss also announced that Black Desert Mobile will launch globally in 2019 for iOS and Android devices. It is currently available in South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.

Black Desert is currently available for Xbox One and PC, and including the mobile version boasts over 20 million registered users worldwide.

Watch the PlayStation 4 announcement trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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