Abyss today released a free update of Black Desert on PlayStation 4 which adds the classes of Striker and Tamer. The Striker is perfect for those who prefer melee combat, while Tamer is an expert in powerful AoE attacks that inflicts with the help of her partner. The update also adds a new world boss, Karanda, also known as the Queen of the Harpies, and an improvement to the skills of experienced adventurers.
Striker: Trained by a martial arts master, the Striker has become an expert in close combat thanks to countless years of exhausting training. The Striker is very adept at delivering melee attacks using devastating punches and kicks to overwhelm his opponents.
Tamer: Coming from Haemo Island, teeming with beasts, Tamer and his trusty beast companion, Heilang, fight side by side to defeat their enemies. Together the two inflict a series of powerful AoE attacks on their opponents while maintaining mobility and while dodging their counterattacks.
Karanda: Leading the fierce harpies, Karanda protects his species from foreign invaders by using unparalleled speed and incredible strength. With the help of his harpies, Karanda plans to invade Delphe Knights Castle. Adventurers brave enough to take on this formidable opponent will be able to find the Queen of the Harpies at Karanda Ridge.
Rabam skills: After reaching the 56 level, adventurers can use the new gameplay features to combine two skills together and create a single powerful skill.
We remember that Black Desert on PlayStation 4 is included in the event PlayStation Double discounts, which offers the 25% discount on the bundle of the three games, while PS + subscribers will receive the 50% discount up to November 22.
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