Mediah Update Brings Even More Southeast Asian Adventurers to Black Desert Online

Last week was a big week for the Korean game studio Pearl Abyss. They successfully launched Black Desert Online in Southeast Asia, which now makes the game available to almost every part of the world. With a strong fan base in Southeast Asia, the highly-anticipated game brought newcomers and veterans alike to join in on the adventures.

After the official launch of Black Desert Online in Southeast Asia, Pearl Abyss released Mediah, a new region for even more Adventurers to enjoy. Not only that, they also introduced Tamer, which is a class that was previously unavailable in the game.

Mediah has many places for Adventurers to hunt in. The region includes the highly popular Sausan Garrison and Shultz Guard. Both are in high demand by mid-50 level Adventurers due to its high efficiency and density of monsters.

Tamer is a melee damage dealer that uses a Shortsword as her main weapon and a Trinket as her sub weapon. She has powerful attacks and she can even ride on the divine beast Heilang when fighting against strong enemies. Tamer is specialized in rapid evasion and has very agile movements. For more information on the latest updates in the game, go to the official website!

Pearl Abyss also prepared a variety of fun events shortly after the launch. For more news about the game and the on-going events, check out their official Facebook page.

Black Desert Online is an open world action MMORPG with cutting edge visuals and skill based combat that will redefine how we see the genre. Black Desert Online has the best character customization system of any game that is currently on the market. This feature allows users to break out of the norm and make unique characters that truly represent each and every player. Its intuitive controls, beautifully designed world and extensive lore will excite both newcomers and veterans of MMO games and action RPGs in general. The game has been successfully launched in over 150 countries and has over 8 million registered users.

Written by: Tom Olson

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