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Pearl Abyss will host Black Desert’s first global “Heidel Ball: AT HOME”

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Pearl Abyss announced that it will host “Heidel Ball: AT HOME,” Black Desert’s first global and online user event on May 30. Adventurers can meet other Adventurers across the world through an online broadcast supported in 9 different languages.

Due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, Pearl Abyss has decided to host the event online to create an unforgettable experience and hear feedback from Adventurers’, regardless of their physical location and the platform they use to play Black Desert. Whether they received an invitation or not, anyone can attend the event, which will be broadcasted live worldwide on Black Desert’s official YouTube and Twitch channels.  

While Adventures wait for this special event filled with special events and rewards, they can also enjoy various in-game events that are currently taking place in Black Desert SEA. The final week of the “Life Skill Season” event is available until June 3 where Adventurers can receive great rewards by completing life skill quests. 

Moreover, a number of special horse events will be running during the same period. Adventurers who have defeated the monsters, gather, or even fish will get a chance to get valuable items. They can also get extra Mount EXP buffs and an increased chance of receiving a higher-tier horse through breeding. Imperial Certified Horses will also be obtainable for training a horse to level 15 or higher. 

Find more information about Black Desert SEA on the official website at sea.playblackdesert.com

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Hugo Hsu
Hugo Hsu
Taiwan | Hugo is an experienced gaming journalist and editor. He has spent more than a two decade playing games, venturing across multiple consoles and game genres. He currently enjoys PUBG and DOTA 2.
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