Watch Black Desert Online’s New Mystic Class in All Her Glory in Character Creation Videos

Black Desert Online's upcoming mystic class looks fantastic in her character creation.

on July 21, 2017 4:10 PM

While the new Mystic class for Black Desert Online still isn’t available in game even on the Korean servers, Pearl Abyss is sticking to its usual pattern, and it made the character creation playable so that people can get a headstart and start playing with the game’s massive customization suite.

This is a great chance for those who want to get a more extensive look at the character, her animation, armor and customization options, as footage is already appearing online.

Below you can watch a nice recording of the character creation, courtesy of YouTube user rendermax. The second video is good if you have more time and want to see something more extensive, courtesy of 바이퍼S 채널.

In case you’re not familiar with the class, the mystic is a martial artist, similar to the newly released striker. The main difference is gender, but there are likely to be sizable gameplay differences as well, pretty much like the wizard/witch and ninja/kunoichi combos.

At the moment Black Desert Online is available exclusively for PC (both in stand-alone version and on Steam), but at Microsoft’s E3 press conference we learned that the game is coming for Xbox One and Xbox One X in early 2018. A while ago, Pearl Abyss also confirmed that it will be released for the PS4 family of consoles as well, but no info has been given on how long PS4 players will have to wait.

You can check out the video below. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy a few pieces of artwork giving another look on the mystic, and her teaser trailer.

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