A week after Neowiz announced plans to turn Bless around with the Rebuild Project, the company has begun outlining its plans to rework the game. The plans include 7 areas of focus, or “themes”, which include: Growth, Combat, Collect/Produce, Travel Companion, UI/UX, and Customization. The developer intends to go into greater detail on each of these with future blogs. Today, they started with Growth, or in particular Character Growth.

From what one can discern using Google Translate, the developer intends to make leveling a character more tangible, allowing players to really feel their character is growing when they make changes to items, like upgrading runes.

If you’d like to check out the post yourself — perhaps you’re better at translating than Google is — you can find it on the Bless site.

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  1. blesssed on July 28, 2017

    tianlansha true lol!

  2. alex on July 26, 2017

    So basically they are chaging the game to allow p2w? the original bless woudn’t allow hardcore pay to win or their ideas of marketing a game…

  3. true on July 26, 2017

    So basically another 10 years before it gets an english release. Then everything about it will be outdated and they’ll scratch and rebuild it to become a mobile auto play mmo.

  4. kek on July 26, 2017


    • not kek on July 26, 2017

      Single player online game vs a real mmorpg?

    • lul on July 26, 2017

      KEK indeed lmao

    • TianlanSha on July 26, 2017

      BDO only costs money in the west because only westerners are stupid enough to pay for a free game, forget that, westerners keep pre-ordering shady games like Mass Effect Andromeda and No Man’s Sky and complain after and regret their naivety but are still too stupid to learn a lesson and stop buying everything presented to them, that’s why mediocre (sometimes F2P too) games are being sold in the west and stupid people make this possible and profitable.

      • MrGrim on July 26, 2017

        you reply has absolutely shit to do with the previous ones… like wtf man XD also andromeda was pretty decent. don’t lump it in with NMS

  5. rickshaw on July 25, 2017

    I’d be happy to play this game from its last state, but nice to hear they are upgrading, even though it didn’t need it as the work and detail is amazing achievement in this game.