Bless Unleashed Kicks Off Head Start On PS4, Includes Fall Update
If you're a PlayStation 4 user who threw down cash for Bless Unleashed's Ultimate Founder's Pack, then today's the day you start reaping the benefits. Today is the start of the two week Head Start leading into the October 22 official launch. Those who purchased the Exalted Founder's Pack will be getting a slightly later head start on October 12 and, finally, the Deluxe Founder's Pack purchasers will be able to join on October 15. Everyone else will be able to get in when the game fully launches.
In additional news, the game's new Fall update is available today as well. Not only is it available to existing players on Xbox One, but Head Start PlayStation 4 players will be able to experience the new content today as well. This includes a new level 30 Arena Challenge for players level 30 and up, and an Abyssal version of Dreamscale Ruins: Halls of the Eclipse.
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