Black Desert Mobile will be soft-launching to select countries on October 24 on Android

    
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The mobile version of Black Desert is coming soon!*

*depending entirely on where you live in the world and if you have a suitable Android phone.

That’s effectively the news for the upcoming soft launch, which has confirmed the first several countries which will be getting access to the mobile MMO on Thursday, October 24th, via the Google Play Store. Those countries are Canada, Chile, Sweden, Malaysia, Turkey, Ireland and Australia. The rest of the world — or more specifically the rest of North America and Europe — will have to simply wait and watch until the global release sometime in December.

Black Desert Mobile is still open for pre-registration on either Android or iOS, which appears to be a popular route for eager fans as the press release touts over 2 million pre-registrations in less than two weeks. For now, all anyone can do is hurry up and wait.

source: press release

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Hikari Kenzaki

This actually sucks quite a bit if we’re on the same servers as these countries will get first dibs on names? (Though I don’t recall the SEA version having family names)

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Malcolm Swoboda

Well, I’ll try it.

And by try it I mean see what apps I can delete and then MAYBE install and play it.

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ChoJun

Games total size is like ~3GB… How old is your phone so you actually need to delete other stuff. The question is rather what phone is good enough to run it smoothly.

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Malcolm Swoboda

I have 60GB after the OS, but over half of that is games, with a bunch of regularly played ones being 2-5GB. I have only ~5GB left.

I can delete plenty of games I have never played but intended on trying.

I have an early 2018 phone model that can probably play BDM on at least lower to medium settings, though I’m not certain.

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Greaterdivinity

Those countries are Canada, Chile, Sweden, Malaysia, Turkey, Ireland and Australia. The rest of the world — or more specifically North America and Europe

Sweden isn’t a part of Europe and Canada isn’t part of North America? : P

Hope it’s a quick test, I’m kinda interested in giving it a spin.

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Bree Royce

Thanks GD, I will clarify this, we mean the rest of NA and EU.

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Rodrigo Dias Costa

I do think it was unnecessary. Most of South America was left out as well