Bless: It's out with the mouse! - Bless Online will be discontinued September 9

Bless Online developers announced that the Japanese servers would be closing down in September on June 6, 2019. On June 7, it was announced that the western version, which can be played via Steam, of Bless Online would also be shutting down. The servers will be closed at midnight on September 9, according to the Steam website. "Unfortunately, after much thought and effort from all of us here at Bless Online we are sadd to announce that the Steam Online service will be ending at 10:00 on September 9, 2019," the Bless Online team wrote.

All digital products will be removed from the game's servers, and prices in the ingame store will be greatly reduced. Access restrictions for all dungeons will be lifted, and you'll be able to get more loot from the instances. All Bless Online characters will see a 100 percent increase of experience points for mining, gathering, and hunting, until the servers are closed. As well as the dungeon battle points and experience points for guilds, they will be increased. Speedy is also available for mining, crafting, and gathering. The latest news can be found on Bless Online's Steam site.

It seems that the Xbox One version, called Bless Unleashed on the Xbox One, of Bless Online is still being developed under the tutelage of Neowiz and Bandai Namco.