Black Desert console has a delayed character reset update until further notice

Planned update for Black Desert Dashboard, this will yield extended character class restart, has been postponed until further notice. According to Pearl Abyss, it is because the certification processes of the platform partners are being delayed.

The update, when rolled out, will work similar to recent update for PC version belong to Black Desert Online and restart all 17 layers of the game. These classes will have their skills updated, sometimes changed, rewards changed, and some skills even removed or replaced with something new. Given the broad nature of the changes, all characters will have their skills reset when the update goes live, and the game will feature a retrigger of everything and ways to train in the game. Classes will vary to varying degrees.

With the reboot supposed to also happen towards the end of the Conquest War season, so things will change a bit as the platforms and Pearl Abyss do the approval.

Regarding the War of Conquest, There’s also been an adjustment to the Conquest War taking place on Serendia on January 1st. It shouldn’t have turned out this way, and Pearl Abyss warned and warned that Conquest War wouldn’t happen in Balenos and Serendia. Any already placed fortress will be dismantled before the start of the next War of Conquest. For the January 1st event, anyone participating will see their rewards removed when the last delayed scheduled maintenance takes place.

So with these updates and delays, classes are restarting and adjustment time is still in the works, though be prepared to change plans slightly until further notice. Pearl Abyss will post the new time when they have it. You can see an update on the delay here Black Desert console has a delayed character reset update until further notice


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