In honor of Black Desert releasing on the PlayStation 4, they posted a new teaser for an upcoming live action trailer. The video, which is 15 seconds long, has managed to have an overwhelming negative reaction. Between having roughly 2.5 times as many dislikes as likes, the teaser is not only boring, it’s hard to understand where it’s going or how it will eventually lead to Black Desert.
In the video above, you can see Megan Fox driving through a desert before her car breaks down. Some of the details are obvious, like the desert setting is there because relates to the Black Desert name, but outside of the “be your true self” tag, which is the games tag line, has any relation to the game itself.
Just looking through the comments, some would believe it’s a teaser for another Transformer movie or perhaps lost footage from one of the previous ones. Others try to link the two concepts, black and desert, with her hair and the aforementioned setting.
Regardless of the disconnect, it’s important to note that this is just a teaser for something larger. I’m not quite sure how this will lead to Megan Fox becoming her true self, unless it’s one of those ads where something happens and then it cuts to gameplay and that is it, but it will be interesting to see. Unfortunately, no release date was given for the full video, so it could be another day, week or possibly even month before we find out.
Here’s a quick overview of the game, via PlayStation:
Black Desert is an expansive MMORPG sprawling across vast and various regions. From the forests of Calpheon to the harsh deserts of Valencia, Black Desert has a whole world to explore. Jump into fast-paced action combat, hunt monsters and huge bosses, fight with friends in seige warfare, or fish, trade and craft your way to riches.
For those interested in Black Desert, it officially released yesterday for PlayStation 4. It’s an interesting MMORPG, which we will have an official review of sometime next week. Even if our initial impressions were less than stellar, it would be the first time a game took us by surprise when it actually mattered.