We recently took a moment to talk about DokeV, Pearl Abyss’ adorable creature collector title, in our Cozy Comfy Multiplayer section a few weeks back. There it was mentioned that DokeV would be released in 2023 or beyond. Well, the South Korean company has confirmed that it is indeed beyond... so much for wishful thinking.
According to DokeVClub, after losing many core developers, Pearl Abyss had to push back not only DokeV’s release date but Crimson Desert as well. Crimson Desert was always destined to release before DokeV, and as that game will now be released near the end of 2023, that pushes DokeV into 2024. Both titles will be using Pearl Abyss’ new engine, Blackspace, which was created with Pearl Abyss’ future growth taken into heavy consideration.
Despite the setbacks the company has faced in the last year, hopefully, this new engine will do precisely what they hope it will and create a more streamlined system for updates and future games.
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