Bless Unleashed Release Date | When is Bless releasing on Xbox One and PC?

Bless Unleashed Release Date

Second time's the charm, that is what Bandai Namco and Neowiz are surely thinking for Bless Unleashed. The follow-up to the ill-fated PC exclusive Bless Online is coming in 2020 to the Xbox One, trying to show that lessons have been learned and that this MMORPG is now a polished, competent entry in the genre. Besides, there aren't many console MMOs such as this one, so hopefully it will provide a valuable alternative to the likes of Black Desert Online and the upcoming Phantasy Star Online 2. The Bless Unleashed release date is finally out there, so when can you get your hands on the game?

Bless Unleashed Release Date | When is the Bless Unleashed Xbox One and PC launch?

Bless Unleashed Release Date

Bless Unleashed is releasing on PC and Xbox One, but every Xbox One X owner is prone to some interesting enhancements. For example, you can enjoy 4K Ultra HD resolution and HDR10 support.

And what is the Bless Unleashed release date on PC and Xbox One? Let's see what we have:

  • Xbox One open beta: November 7, 2020 – November 21, 2020
  • Xbox One release date: March 12, 2020
  • PC closed beta: late 2020
  • PC release date: Early 2021

The publisher of another MMORPG, the highly promising Blue Protocol, is hoping that the buzz surrounding Bless Unleashed is going to sell some Founder's Packs.

These come in the usual three flavors: Deluxe ($19.99), Exalted ($39.99), and Ultimate ($79.99). Each set gets you a head start, an exclusive mount, a Founder's title, and a few days of valor perks – let the pay-to-win discussion begin -, but the more expensive the pack, the better the gifts. Exclusive weapon skins and costumes, additional character slots and the like await players with deeper pockets.

Bless Unleashed was developed using Unreal Engine 4, while its older brother ran on the outdated Unreal Engine 3. The game is free-to-play and offers an open world that is described as persistent, featuring world bosses and PvP action over enabled areas. A PS4 version was rumored to be in development, but it could either turn out to be a mistake, or perhaps the Xbox One console exclusivity is a timed deal.

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