Black Desert Online sees a 24.2% increase in new players thanks to its Remaster version

Pearl Abyss and Kakao Games have announced today the first results of their Remastered campaign amidst renewed interest among Black Desert Online fans and new players alike.

Last week, Black Desert Online was updated with enhanced visuals and a newly recorded orchestral score to provide the most immersive in-game experience possible. As a result, Black Desert Online has seen an average week-over-week increase of 103.6% in returning players and a 24.2% increase in new player acquisition across NA/EU regions.

Minsung Kim, CEO at Kakao Games Europe B.V. said:

“Pearl Abyss has done a fantastic job on Black Desert Remastered. The game was already had the best in-game visuals, but with Black Desert Remastered, the developers have really pushed the envelope. It is no wonder that so many players are returning to the game.”

Jae Hee Kim, Executive Producer at Pearl Abyss, added:

“We are ecstatic after seeing that our hard work on Black Desert Remastered has been so positively perceived by the community at large. The heart-warming reactions have definitely been a morale booster. We want to thank our players all over the world for playing our game. We are highly motivated to keep the game current and up-to-date by continuing to develop exciting new content while striving for continuous improvements and optimizations.”

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