In a recent interview with VentureBeat, Aeria Games revealed a rough schedule for Unreal Engine 3 masterpiece, Bless. The Berlin-based online games publisher stated that it "hopes to launch the Westernized version next year." Tom Nichols, the chief operating officer at Aeria Games, teased that "one or two PC games and maybe three or four mobile games" are being prepared yearly.
Aeria continues to expand with new hires and new games. In April, it announced that it will adapt Bless Online for North America and Europe.
Under development for more than six years, Bless is another massively multiplayer fantasy online role-playing game from Neowiz Games. The title has more than 1.2 million lines of dialogue, and there are 10 different races. Aeria hopes to launch the Westernized version next year. This is one particular game that Aeria won’t change all that much.
Bless has some huge maps where 250 human players can fight against 250 human players.
"There are still a lot of gamers who can lose themselves in these kinds of worlds," Nichols said. "It's built with the Unreal Engine, and it looks amazing. We're really happy to have that license. The MMO market has changed over the years, with more people playing on phones.
But there's still players who like this kind of immersion and interaction."
planning the release for 2017 is already a good thing, since KR may get new content in the next months.
it also means that we may get an updated version of the game at launch, wich is more than fine considering all the other common features that are currently missing from the game.