The pre-order packages for the fantasy sandbox run from $30 to $100. These packages include a copy of the game (which is important, since the western version of Black Desert is buy-to-play), guest passes, name reservations, and a head start (which is longer if you’ve spent more money). There are other items as well, such as weapon skins, mounts, skill resets and dyes.
Meanwhile, Black Desert’s development continues in Korea, as the game will be adding a scythe weapon for the Sorceress later this week. To get players in the west excited about next year’s launch, Daum Games has released six class videos, which you can watch after the break.