Bless Unleashed maps out content updates through November

    
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Bless Unleashed maps out content updates through November

Bless Unleashed has a content plan and it’s sticking to it. The game has put out a content roadmap for April that outlines plans for the game from May all the way into November, with major updates coming every other month.

  • Starting with May, Bless Unleashed will add two new dungeons, the Blind Executioner Blessing, new Union reward, and a new mount control option.
  • July will see new story quests introduced along with an update to the enhancement system, an Honor system, a new arena, lair, dungeon, and abyssal dungeon, and the start of a summer event.
  • September brings more new instances as well as a fall event, guild XP updates, updates to crafting and new Union quests.
  • Finally, November looks to add a new two-player arena challenge, a new zone, a new crafting system, new elite enemies and field bosses, and a winter event.

The whole roadmap is laid out in infographic form on the game’s website.

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Giggilybits

Ive been playing it a bit. Plays nice. I like the controls and movements but not sure if my cleric can heal anything yet. Graphics are a little muddy but overall not bad. The music I quite like. Overall at 20 gigs I don’t think there’s a lot of game here compared too ESO 150 gigs.

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Solaris

I like it as a casual MMO. So much better than the PC incarnation (sadly).

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Jack Pipsam

I still need to give this another shot. I tried it in beta and didn’t entirely hate it. I was surprised to see someone on my Xbox friends list playing it, someone who normally from what I know isn’t into MMOs.
I should give it a download, even just curious how many folks are around, the beta was busy, but it was the beta so perhaps that’s to be expected.

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Pepperzine

And come December it’ll be sunsetted like every other version of Bless?

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Solaris

Game is multitudes better than the PC MMO and seems to be doing very well.

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Jo Watt

Well this one might live twice as long as those ones!