Black Desert Online Unlocks Dark Knight Character Creation Ahead of March 1st Release

Black Desert Online's sexy Dark Knight class is still a week away, but you can already create yours.

on February 22, 2017 8:49 AM

While Black Desert Online‘s new Dark Knight class will be playable only on March 1st on the North American and European servers, Kakao Games just made the character creation available for those who want to get their new dark lady ready for battle.

Incidentally, if you’re out of character slots, you won’t have to delete one of your toons. All you need to do is to access the game’s loyalty shop and grab the special character slot expansion token for 1 loyalty (which is basically free, since players get 100 every day).

Teased earlier this month, the Dark Knight hails from the ancient land of Kamasylvia, which she left after causing a large-scale disagreement among Kamasylvia inhabitants, after seeking out and using forbidden powers of darkness that extinguish natural forces. In battle, the Dark Knight mercilessly unleashes this terrifying skill, stripping the life force of her enemies by using her two-handed Kriegsmesser sword or her array of dark magic attacks. Even though her sword is cumbersome, she skillfully dances around her foes chaining her heavy attacks with ranged spells.

Dark Knights will only be female for the moment, even if Pearl Abyss mentioned the possibility of a male version for the future in an interview with DualShockers at Gamescom.

In the meanwhile, you can check the new class out in the trailer below. Black Desert Online is currently available exclusively for PC.

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