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Black Desert Online Unleashes the Hashashin on PC September 2nd, Now Available For Pre-creation

The Hashashin wields deadly weapons and the power of the desert. To celebrate the launch of its latest class, Kakao Games is offering Twitch drops for Black Desert Online from September 2.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands August 26, 2020 — Kakao Games and Pearl Abyss shared the release date for the 20th Black Desert Online class for PC in North America and Europe. The Hashashin is joining the hit-MMORPG on September 2 and starting today players can pre-create their Hashashin in advance of its launch.  

Hashashin is the 20th class to be added to the popular MMORPG and will be able to manipulate the power of sand with the power of the Valencian god Aal. A true dervish of the desert, Hashashin can evade his enemies via a skill that allows him to imbue the memory of a specific place in a sandstorm allowing him to instantly move to that place, given that he is not too far away. He can also create sandstorms to chase enemies or ambush them from above.

As a native of the Valencian desert, the Hashashin travels slightly faster in this environment and is mildly resistant to diseases. He engages in melee combat with a Shamshir curved-sword as his main weapon and main skill, the Descent, is an area of effect attack where Hashashin jumps into the air and slams his Shamshir into the ground, sending out a ripple of sandstorms.

Players that want to quickly grow their characters can once again take advantage of recently introduced Season servers. These servers are optimized for fast character growth and after classes have graduated (by hitting a certain level) they can be migrated to the regular servers. The season server is the exclusive source of ‘Coco leaves’, which can be exchanged for the highly desirable ‘weapon exchange coupons’ which can no longer be acquired via other means. The coupon allows players to transform their expensive, enhanced weapon into a different type and makes it suitable to be used by a different class.  Players interested in Black Desert Online can sign up for the 7-day free trial

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