Kakao Games and Pearl Abyss announced the arrival of a musical new feature: compose and play. This week also sees the beginning of a highly lucrative login event and the publisher is also announcing changes coming to the game packages being sold for Black Desert Online.
The new Compose and Play feature will allow players to create intricate musical compositions using a robust editor. While players can compose music on any character, true to her musical inclinations, players will have to use the Shai class to play their composition. With guitar, flute and drums at their disposal; composers can create multiple tracks of music with a variety of sounds to create a rich musical masterpiece.
Compositions can vary in BPM, time signature and amount of instruments played and can easily be shared with other players. After unlocking Shai’s unique ‘Talent’ at level 56, players can further improve their musical skills. It’s also possible to form an ensemble of multiple Shai characters playing their instruments and compositions together.
In addition to the Compose and Play feature, a new login event started that can yield players with up to $100 in premium items. By logging in every day they can earn, among other things, a wizard mini pet, a special service maid, and a very convenient buff called The Book of Old Moon. The event started this Wednesday and will run up until June 3rd. On a special minisite, a full rundown of the event and other seasonal promotions can be found.
The publisher also shared an upcoming revamp of the game packages of Black Desert Online. After 4 years on the market, the items contained in the bundles will be updated to better reflect the current state of the game and provide better value to new players joining the hit MMORPG. More information on the contents of the new packages was shared on the official Black Desert Online website.
Players interested in Black Desert Online can sign up for the 7-day free trial via the Black Desert Online official website, where they can also learn more about game updates and events.
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