Bless Unleashed’s Open Beta announced for this November

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Ahead of the full launch for Bless Unleashed, Bandai Namco has revealed an open beta period for the upcoming title, which will allow players to fully test the game, pushing the servers to their limits. You can expect to jump in this November.

Bless Unleashed is preparing for a full launch later this year. To help get the game to the best shape it can be, Bandai Namco has revealed a beta period for their title, which will see players jumping into the world of Lumios from November 7th, 2019, until November 21st, 2019, exclusively on the Xbox One family of consoles.

The beta will see players get an introduction to the expectations that Bandai Namco has for Bless Unleashed when it launches. The beta will allow players to choose from a myriad of different classes, races, and locales to explore to their heart’s content. In Blessed Unleash, players will fight to stave off a new and dangerous threat, working together to stop the dark entities that threaten the world of Lumios.

Adventurers that don’t want to play alone can do so, teaming up with their friends for dungeons and raids or explore the world alone as you defy both unforeseen forces and God’s alike. To help make it one of the most immersive experiences to date, Round 8 Studio and Neowiz developed Bless Unleashed with Unreal Engine 4 to help make it one of the most graphically impressive games on the market.

You can check out the official Bless Unleashed newsletter in order to find out more about the upcoming open beta for Xbox One users.


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