This MMO is supposed to launch in 2013 with beta scheduled for the first half of the year. It look pretty good visually, has housing and is supposed to be a sandbox game. Its a korean MMO so its probably a grinder. Its on my radar but I didnt see a thread here so I made one. http://massively.joystiq.com/2012/09...ler-impresses/ Sorry I don't know how to embed youtube vids on this site. Links for more articleshttp://massively.joystiq.com/tag/black-desert ------------- Note from Tuco: As always in sandbox games with a heavy PvP focus, PRX is competing in this game in a very serious way. And Rerolled members are welcome to join. We've had some 300 folks from Rerolled join PRX in the last three titles PRX competed in. In GW2 we went 72-4 in WvW, one of the top scores of all time. In ArcheAge we competed on Kyrios for a year before moving on. ESO was fine for two months until the game died. If this sounds great and you want to really enjoy Black Desert Online for all its worth, then you'll need to go through our recruitment process. Going through the application process is a little antiquated but it's critical that you get access to our forums to see our plans and it's also useful for us to get to know you. Read ourCode of Conductand if you agree to its termsfollow this processto post an application. Note that you are from Rerolled and if your desired name in ArcheAge differs from your forum name, please post it. If I know you I will respond to it vouching for you. If I don't know you I'm unable to vouch for you and your success or failure will determine on the quality of your application, so be specific and verbose in why you are a good fit for PRX. Also note that people from PRX, including me, are strictly forbidden from engaging in drama shit-talking on public forums like this one. There's going to be some very salty tears from some very sore losers over the next month, but we will only address them ingame. Generally the only public posts we make are recruitment posts like this one. If you have any questions about PRX, please PM Tuco.