Today, Blade and Soul producer Jonathan Lien posted the July producer’s letter, offering a look back at the last six months as well as some insight into what players can expect of the future. Most of the letter is a rewind, but there are some things of note regarding upcoming updates.

Lien mentions two updates in particular. The first, titled Fortune Falls, will offer players a new event dungeon with a swimsuit set reward and valuable upgrade materials. The second, Dark Origins, will introduce two new high level raids, continue the game’s story line, add a new dungeon, and more. This second update will hit in August.

In the meantime, the developer is also working on consolidating servers — both NA and EU — in order to give players a better chance at putting together raids. The server mergers will result in all North American players being transferred to one of two servers — Yura and Zulia. European players will have three servers — Jinsoyun, Eisenherz, and Naksun. Details on the merger will be available in the next few days.

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    • Server merges only happen in games when they start to die. You see it happen all of the time in browser games. Surprised to see it in B&S, though. Especially given how much raving about it you see. Can’t be all that good, if people are deserting the game.
      Personally, I didn’t enjoy it. Combat was okay, I guess. But the vast amount of Instances areas became a little annoying after a while (just prefer massive open worlds, with as few transitions as possible).
      Put it down a long time ago and just never thought about returning.


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