Black Desert’s Kamasylvia II expansion launches Wednesday and it’s so pretty

Don’t tell Justin, but elf-land in Black Desert is about to get much bigger, as the second half of the Kamasylvia update is finally launching this coming Wednesday, November 15th.

“The content unfolds while players complete over 100 story-driven quests in the newly opened area. Adventurers will be able to explore the vast open fields and dense forests that surround Grána, the capital city of Kamasylvia, where NPCs sell the latest wares and where players can set up residence by buying new Kamasylvian-style homes. A new Forest Path Wagon can be obtained, as well as a new dream horse called Diné. Players can look forward to new grinding spots such as Polly Forest, Loopy Tree Forest, Tooth Fairy Forest, and Gyfin Rhasia Temple. Located to the west of Grána city, Polly Forest is inhabited by Imp thieves and is known for its dangerous mushrooms that continuously deal poison damage.”

New grinding spots! Wheee! But seriously, it’s a freebie update with a new storyline too. Check out the trailer and images!

Source: Press release
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Nick
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Nick

Wow this game looks great. I couldn’t get into it but it sure is beautiful.

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Toy Clown

This made me laugh: “More grinding spots, wheee!” Because that was close to my reaction when I read that.

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Dug From The Earth

It really pops right out at you.

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Arktouros

Can’t wait. Got thousands of energy ready to go and have largely freed up enough contribution on my Empire. Super excited and ready to go!

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Eliandal

. . . and the content locusts will rejoice . . . at least as long as it takes them to type “Mystic when?????”

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Koshelkin

Nah, tbh they should type “Geisha when?”.

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Arktouros

December.

miol
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miol

It would have been even prettier, if they had choose to use more than only 2 types of rock textures… ;P

But my guess is, they used some procedural process to get that much land convered at once for the first step of creating this big new map, but it can’t handle too much variety!

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Melissa McDonald

There will come a day when LOTRO is either finished for me, or the game ends… I take great comfort in knowing BDO will be there for me.

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