DokeV: Trailers, song & everything we know
Black Desert developers, Pearl Abyss, have shocked the gaming community with DokeV, a new Korean-inspired adventure. Here’s everything we know so far.
First premiered during Gamescom 2021, the colorful Korean adventure game DokeV takes pretty much every game you’ve ever seen and fuses them together to create a colorful extravaganza characterized by a catchy theme tune and stunning graphics.
Baffling the likes of Twitch sensation, Asmongold, and YouTube star, Dr Disrespect, the title has grown in popularity ever since – it even has its own TikTok account!
If it looks like the perfect game for you or has simply piqued your interest, here’s everything you need to know about Pearl Abyss’ DokeV.
- Is there a DokeV release date yet?
- What is DokeV about?
Is there a DokeV Release Date yet?
While the exact release date for DokeV remains unknown, the colorful title was recently pushed back to 2024. In Pearl Abyss’ latest earnings report, the South Korean video game developer announced that it had lost a number of core developers, which has led to delays for both DokeV and the open-world action game Crimson Desert.
What are the DokeV release platforms?
Developer Pearl Abyss hasn’t officially listed the platforms for DokeV – so nothing is confirmed yet. However, the developer’s other primary game, Black Desert, is available on PC, console, and mobile. On the official YouTube page for DokeV, Windows, Xbox, and PS4 are listed in the game’s tags.
Gamescom 2021 Trailer
First revealed at Gamescom 2021, DokeV’s trailer is a blend of stunning vistas, anime-style graphics, and adorable characters. One of the standouts is the rideable alpaca, which has even won over the hearts of hardcore gamers like Asmongold.
What is the DokeV song?
One of the most iconic parts of this beautifully bizarre trailer is the song. Across the globe, gamers have been looking to download the quirky K-Pop style anthem, and we’re here to help sate your musical desires.
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The track is called ROCKSTAR and can be downloaded via the game’s official website. You can even get a remixed version too, so get ready to party!
What is DokeV about?
It’s safe to say that one of the things that has drawn people to the game is the trailer, which features everything from casual playground games to battling against dragons whilst flying through a snowstorm.
Described as a “creature-collecting open-world action-adventure,” Pearl Abyss writes that the game is “filled with intriguing stories.” You are tasked with “befriend[ing] the local Dokebi that gain strength from and encourage people’s dreams.”
While that’s all we know at the moment, the devs have confirmed that the game is not an MMO. “DokeV was initially introduced as an MMO, but we decided to move the game in a different direction and it’s now a creature-collecting open-world action-adventure,” the devs clarified on Twitter.
#DokeV was initially introduced as an MMO, but we decided to move the game in a different direction and it's now a creature-collecting open world action-adventure.
But regardless of genre, we're going for fun, vibrant, and adventurous! 🦙☂️
— DokeV (@DokeVGame) August 25, 2021
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