Black Desert: The PC optimizes the Maegu, the console prepares for her arrival, and the mobile device launches the Igneous

Pearl Abyss has had a busy week in every corner black desert. Here’s what PC, console, and mobile players can expect from the latest patches.

Black Desert Mobile: The Igneous is officially live this week as the latest class reinvented for phones and tablets. It’s essentially the Awakened Wizard class that first launched on PC six years ago, but now mobile players can hurl fire and water as well. The studio is hosting level-up events through April 24th to celebrate his arrival.

Black Desert Console: Console players prepare for the Maegu’s arrival next week; The arrival of the Foxy Toon heralds a sale and the launch of a new seasonal server, this one with fishing perks. The celebrations begin on April 5th.

Black Desert PC: And last but not least, Homebase yesterday offered a patch with balancing for the Maegu for the MMO, which of course has already been launched there.

“The last update to Maegu saw two new Succession skills and six skill buffs, with changes to balance certain skills and effects. Several of Maegu’s skills are combinations of different effects, and we adjusted a number of such skills in this week’s update due to their overwhelming abilities during Node/Conquest Wars. For example, the Flower Shroud applies Forward Guard and Stun to Attacks 1 and 2. This skill is extremely powerful in PvP as it debuffs opponents and deals significant damage. Similarly, Spirited Away has Forward Guard and a high HP regen effect while also dealing significant PvP damage. To balance these skills, which apply multiple different effects, we reduced the PvP damage of the two skills. Additionally, Foxflare and Petal Play were underwhelming due to their long range, powerful CC effects, and high PvP damage. While they remain Maegu’s primary abilities, adjustments have been made to spread damage more evenly when targeting multiple enemies.”

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