Black Desert Online introduces Atoraxxion’s third biome: Yolunakea

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MMORPG Black Desert Online released the first part of its four-part dungeon back in 2021, so its safe to say that players have been waiting excitedly for its conclusion.

Pearl Abyss has carried Black Desert Online quite far with considerably small amounts of true co-op content, with Black Desert Online‘s first iteration being released in December of 2014.

The new update blog for the dungeon’s third biome reads:

Black Desert Online Yolunakea Biome

Today’s update introduces Atoraxxion’s third biome: Yolunakea. If Vahmalkea’s theme can be called “desert” and Sycrakea’s the “deep sea,” Yolunakea’s theme is that of a “sunlit forest” – designed to present a completely different atmosphere from the other two biomes.

With Yolunakea, we paid close attention to the amount of time required to reach its final boss to ensure Adventurers wouldn’t spend too much time running through Vahmalkea → Sycrakea → Yolunakea as a party.

You can expect to spend less time reaching Yolunakea’s final boss, Amarillos, compared to the time it took for Vahmalkea and Sycrakea’s boss. (Of course, this is under the assumption everyone in the party understands Yolunakea’s mechanics.)

As a boss, Amarillos has a total of three phases. Similar to Sycrakea’s final boss “Centilutos,” all five Adventurers must work together and coordinate their tactics to subdue Amarillos.

And so, we invite you to continue the story started by Vaha and Syca. Unravel the story of Yolu, the third disciple of Dehkia and overcome her ultimate weapon, Amarillos.

Players will no doubt have to cooperate in complex puzzles and difficult encounters to beat this large segmented dungeon.

Black Desert Online has been available on Microsoft Windows (via Steam), PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Android, iOS and iPadOS.



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