Pearl Abyss announced today that the new Season Plus (Season+) has begun in Black Desert SEA. The new season will offer various revamped benefits that will help Adventurers grow their characters more efficiently.

Season+ is a bolstered season server that focuses on improving issues while providing a user-friendly gaming environment. After hearing user feedback on the previous seasons, Season+ has reflected various improvements.

In the Season+ server, Adventurers can complete Season pass and Black Spirit pass, which will get them Weapon Exchange Coupons. Enhancement chances for Tuvala gear has been improved and more valuable rewards will be provided for completing main quests.

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There will be even more exciting updates to arrive in Season+ on September 29. All 7 types of PEN (V) Tuvala gear will be able to be exchanged for TET (IV) Boss gear, offering a new way to be enhanced to PEN (V) level. Graduating from the Season+ server will also provide Adventurers with Growth Pass to help them learn more about the world of Black Desert as well as progress in various in-game contents.

To celebrate the arrival of the new Season+, a free Game Pass giveaway event will take place until October 6. New Adventurers or those who have been playing Black Desert SEA as a free trial will receive a Permanent Game Pass by reaching Lv. 50 with a character.

Last but not least, Adventurers can now obtain Ornette’s Spirit Essence and Odore’s Spirit Essence relatively easier than before. They can collect items such as Tranquil Tinniolums and Blood Wolf’s Oaths for Simple Alchemy, which will enable Adventurers to get items necessary in order to obtain the essences.

Find more information about Black Desert SEA on the official website at sea.playblackdesert.com.

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