Try Black Desert Online for Free With Our Guest Pass Giveaway

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May 2, 2016
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The highly anticipated fantasy MMORPG Black Desert Online released just two months ago. If you’re still on the edge about buying the game or not, we have good news: WCCFtech partnered with Daum Games Europe in order to organize this Guest Pass giveaway! We have 2K codes allowing you to play the game freely for a week; afterwards, if you choose to purchase Black Desert Online, you will be able to continue your progress right where you left.

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The keys will work for people in USA, Canada, Mexico, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Nordics, Benelux, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Australia, and New Zealand.

Black Desert Online Guest Pass Giveaway

Redemption instructions:
1. Go to blackdesertonline.com/shop/code
2. Make an account (if you don’t have one yet)
3. Redeem key
4. Download client from your account
5. Have fun in exploring Black Desert Online!

Korean developer Pearl Abyss also shared the following roadmap for future Black Desert Online updates:

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  • Maritime content – There will be naval combat (guilds can build boats and fight each other)
  • Merchant ships and battleships
  • Major oceans will be added to the world and you need to navigate by use of compass and sea charts + intercontinental trade nodes
  • Navigation – a new category of leveling earned by water navigation and/or naval combat
  • It will be possible to dive for treasure, and partake underwater exploration
  • Dark Elf class and the Kamasilvia region will be added (land of elves). Grandir is the capital city and the land is governed by two queens, Brolina from the Ganelle clan and Herawen who are in charge of domestic and foreign affairs.
  • Dregan region will be added (the land of Giants)
  • New horse tier 9!
  • Deepening and expansion of professions and crafting
  • Character Awakenings
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