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  1. NEOWIZ Games Release Date: 2018 Official Site | Twitter | Steam | FAQ | Wiki Steam Early Access - May 2018 About Yup, its that time again folks. Another shiny, big budget MMO for us to get excited about and then abandon within 30 days! So what is Bless Online? Bless Online is a Korean MMO....wait...wait....come back! Set in a huge, seamless medieval/high fantasy world, Bless Online is a holy trinity style MMO with an emphasis on grouping, dungeoning, adventuring, exploring, storytelling and a bit of PvP to boot (if that's your thing). The awful mob grind typically associated with Korean MMOs, the devs promise, isn't going to be a feature of this game. The scenario is your typical MMO setup - two warring factions comprising of 3 races each and a 7th race that is neutral with more races planned after the game launches properly. As for classes, there will be 5 when the game enters early access with more coming soon (why that is, see below) but available at launch will be the Mage, the Guardian, the Paladin, the Ranger and the Berserker. The Mystic and the Assassin will follow. This has been out in Korea for ages. Why has it taken so long to come here? Yes it has. So it was originally announced in 2011 and then later released (via a third party publisher) in Korea to middling success. The devs decided to then rebuild a lot of the games mechanics for release in other territories. Japan got a rebuilt version of the game but when it came to Western markets, NEOWIZ decided they wanted to self publish and completely rework the combat system and other core systems (yet again) to better suit us fickle lot and so that is what they have been doing. New Combat System? Originally the game featured a typical tab target system and was criticised for being too slow and boring. The reworked system for the West has been under wraps until very recently and it looks rather good indeed. Basically, the game's combat is now more inline with games like Black Desert Online, GW2 and Tera. It has been described as rhythmic combat and now features a full combo and stance system, becoming more visceral and action orientated as a result. Each class in the game has been taken back to the drawing board and reworked which is why not all classes will be available to play when the game enters Early Access on steam in May 2018. Will I have to pay a subscription to play this shite? No! Well, mostly likely not. It is expected that the game will use the Buy to Play model - you pay once for the game and that's all - and will not have a subscription. Furthermore, the developers have stated that they are very much against any form of Pay to Win in the game, meaning you won't be getting your shit wrecked by MMO whales decked out in cash shop loot. One hopes anyway. When is it out? The game will enter Early Access this month (May 2018). It is expected to be pretty finished in terms of content given its development history. No pricing details have been announced. -------------------------------------------- Media --------------------------------------------
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