Black Desert Online Getting Margoria Expansion on January 25th; Brings Massive Ocean and Naval Warfare

Black Desert Online gets even bigger with the massive Margoria Expansion, bringing ship combat, a large ocean and more.

on January 12, 2017 1:43 PM

Kakao Games announced today that the Margoria Expansion for Black Desert Online will be released on the western servers on January 25th.

The new expansion will increase further the already massive open world of the game, adding an enormous ocean north of the current landmass. There will also be a trade harbor beyond the ocean, underwater monster and treasure hunting and exploration, ship building, over a hundred new quests, guild VS guild naval combat and more.

Black Desert Online has already been massively expanded since its launch, with the addition of the Mediah and Valencia regions. Interestingly, the Ocean in the Margoria expansion will be similar to Valencia’s desert in the fact that you’ll need to find your bearings manually, without the help of the map.

Margoria won’t certainly be the last expansion coming to Black Desert Online. Soon the Korean servers will get Kamasilve, the elven region south-west of the main continent. As an appetizer, Korean players already got their hands on the new Dark Knight class, that together with the original Ranger, hails from Kamasilve.

Of course we’ll have to wait a few months longer to get Kamasilve and the Dark Knight in the west, but in the meanwhile we’ll have plenty to do with Margoria.

 /  Executive News Editor
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