Closed beta for Pearl Abyss’ upcoming arena fighter, Shadow Arena, begins on February 27th

Pearl Abyss announced the closed beta phase for their new fantasy arena game Shadow Arena. This closed beta testing will begin on February 27th and will last until March 8th. Moreover, players can sign up for the Beta Test here.

Shadow Arena was originally a game within Black Desert, but eventually evolved into its own stand-alone game. While Shadow Arena does draw from Black Desert, it has created its own unique style, drawing from the MOBA, battle royale, and MMO genres to create an arena fighter. Shadow Arena has two gameplay modes: solo and team. While players can boast their skill in the solo match, complex strategic gameplay is required in the team mode. Players can also enjoy a distinctive co-op mode with a new style of PvP action.

Shadow Arena pits 40 players against one another in a ruthless competition to be the last person standing on the battlefield. Players can choose from one of nine playable characters in the beta, each with their own unique fighting style. To climb to the top of the pack, players must hunt monsters and collect loot to upgrade their gear and gain buffs. However, impeccable skill execution and well-timed evasive tactics are critical in turning fights in one’s favor to secure victory.

The full game will come out in the first half of 2020.

Enjoy!

Official Reveal Trailer (Pearl Abyss Connect 2019) | Shadow Arena

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