Bless Unleashed Combo Driven Combat

Round 8 Studio recently revealed that its free-to-play open-world action MMORPG, Bless Unleashed, is being prepped for a PC launch. There is no release date for the game just yet. However, Round 8 Studio will be hosting the first official Bless Unleashed PC stress test on September 26 and players can already sign up. The Bless Unleashed stress test signups will be open until September 15.

The test will run for a total of 12 hours and the exact start time will be revealed once signups are complete on September 15. Keys will be distributed to players who successfully apply on September 21. At that point, you will be able to download the game client.

If you haven’t seen the MMO’s cinematic PC release trailer yet, you can check it out below.

A rewarding time

Other than the chance to hop into a new world, players who are invited to join the Bless Unleashed PC stress test will be rewarded with some gifts. Stress testers will be guaranteed access to the closed best tests in fall. You will also be awarded the in-game title “Breaker of Games” when the game officially launches. Plus, if you link your account to the Bless Unleashed homepage, you will be given seven days of Valor perks.

On top of that, Bless Unleashed is also running a screenshot competition during the test period. To enter, upload your in-game screenshots to the Bless Unleashed Steam Community page while the test is on. 100 lucky players will be rewarded with a $10 Steam Wallet gift card.

Bless Unleashed PC stress test launch

There are a few final things to note if you want to explore the world of Bless Unleashed. You must be over the age of 16 to sign up for the stress test. This is an early stress test, so things could change. To ensure you’re up to date with exactly what’s going on, Round 8 Studio recommends you keep an eye on the Steam Community page.

Logan Broadley
Logan is an enthusiastic player of games (sometimes too enthusiastic according to his wife at 2 a.m.), and a video game reviewer, esports writer and gaming news writer. Originally from South Africa, he started out as a writer in advertising agencies, but has since moved on to a much higher calling: video games.

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