Pearl Abyss Announces $1 Billion In Black Desert Online Revenue

Black Desert Online developer Pearl Abyss is breaking out the name brand Lunchables this week, and with good reason. The developer announced today that Black Desert has raked in one billion dollars in gross sales across all platforms. The title is available in over 150 countries and boasts 18 million users.

Robin Jung, CEO of Pearl Abyss, commented;

“We’re proud of what this achievement represents – the hard work and dedication from our teams over the past four years and the support from a community of fans around the world. With over 30% of gross sales for Black Desert stemming from mobile platforms, which saw an initial release in Asia in the past year, we’re confident that sales are accelerating. Pearl Abyss is optimistic for the future of Black Desert, and we look forward to launching Black Desert Mobile globally by the end of the year.”

Pearl Abyss formed in 2010 with a team of just seven employees. The company has expanded massively since then, and in 2017 acquired Eve Online developer CCP Games. In 2018, Pearl Abyss launched the remastered update for Black Desert Online while also working on expanding into the console sector.

Source: Pearl Abyss Press Release

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