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Sexy Trailer Revealed for BLESS – NSFW

As the final Closed Beta Test for the upcoming action MMORPG BLESS draws to a close, a cinematic trailer revealing a romantic encounter between two characters has emerged. Although the video isn’t exactly hardcore in nature, it does show some sexual chemistry around the level of Mass Effect or The Witcher, which probably makes it not suitable for work.

You can view the entire NSFW video between two BLESS characters below:

The final Korean Closed Beta Test ends on September 25 after beginning late last week. Since the last beta test there have been 2 jobs added, new regions and dungeons were unlocked, and the level cap was raised to 45. Players looking to join the test also had to be at least 18 years old, which the above video likely has something to do with.

As far as a Western release goes, BLESS has been shrouded in mystery with the focus being predominantly on the Korean launch right now. What we do know is that the game plans to feature a hybrid of action combat and target locking depending on the player’s preference. Auto-locking can be turned on for easy leveling, but players who want more action-oriented combat can switch it off. There’s also going to be a click-to-move option in addition to traditional movement keys.

There are also big plans for PvP in BLESS. Guilds will fight over territory, which will grant them leverage in the massive political system in the game. Controlling areas within the game will grant Realm Points that can be used for exclusive equipment and mounts. Finally, Hans Zimmer has been working with more than 120 musicians to create the soundtrack for BLESS.

Let us know if you’re excited about the potential of BLESS and would like to see a Western release of the game.

Source: 2P

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Nick is an eSports and RPG enthusiast. He can normally be found in the deepest parts of a dungeon or in the arena slaying opponents. Nick has been a gamer since an early age and involved in the industry since 2011. He obtained a degree in journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2015.