Horse racing and a host of haunting items await you in Black Desert Online, from now until November 9th:


From the press release:

Amsterdam, The Netherlands - October 19, 2016 - Starting tonight, the skies of Black Desert Online will be illuminated with an eerie blood red moon and jack-o’-lanterns will light the misty town streets. Halloween celebrations begin as players are invited to take part in a host of trick-or-treat events that will reward them with special loot. For the full event details and list of rewards, head to the event page.

The trick-or-treat events begin today, October 19 and end on November 9. 

To show your enthusiasm for the spooky season, don’t miss the Halloween Item Bundle. This limited-time bundle will include an exclusive Bloody Suit costume, Ghost pet, Skeletal Horse Equipment skin, Halloween furniture set, Decor set, and much more. Combined, the vanity items in this bundle represent a $98.00/€98.00 value, but will be sold for the special price of $45.00/€45.00 during the Halloween event period. Preview the collection here.

Horse Racing

The steadfast companions of every adventurer, horses are some of the strongest and most reliable creatures in Black Desert Online. With the new Horse Racing mode, adventurers can now see how their horses measure up to the competition by racing other players in ranked matches. To learn more about Horse Racing mode, please read the official guide on our forum.

Return of $9.99/€9.99 Starter Package

The $9.99/€9.99 Starter Package makes a permanent return and from Friday these can now be gifted to other players via the new Gift Package system. Players who gift the game are eligible for exclusive rewards. More information on the system and its rewards can be found here.


To read the latest guides, news, and features you can visit our Black Desert Online Game Page.

Last Updated: Oct 21, 2016

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