Usually on launch day (or early launch for this situation) for any MMO, you can expect to encounter some bugs, server crashes, and hiccups, but Bless Online’s launch has been quite colossally awful that many users are demanding a refund.
Bless Online mods have been saying that there will be no refunds offered to those who have purchased the game through Steam.
Even on the Steam store page, it says that no refunds will be offered for the title, but there’s hope yet.
Many users are sharing their success stories on how they got their money back and here’s how you can too.
First off, launch Steam and head to the refund section of the app. To get there, follow these instructions:
- Click on the “Help” dropdown menu on the top of your Steam app.
- Click “Steam Support” from the dropdown menu.
- Click on the “Purchases” option.
- Click on the “Bless Online” package that you have purchased.
- Under “What issue are you having with this purchase”, choose “I would like a refund”.
Now you’ll have to provide a reason for the refund. Here are a few that have worked successfully so far. These are simplified reasons, so be sure to emphasize the issue you have been having with Bless Online. We’re sure you can come up with an essay on these reasons.
- The English translation for this game is awful and confusing.
- The game will not load past the title screen.
You can also try the following reasons:
- The game is poorly optimized. It takes up too many resources without providing acceptable performance.
- The game does not offer features that are advertised on the store page (i.e. the revamped action camera).
Most users are having success by saying that the English translation for the game is awful and incomprehensible, so your best bet would be to use that as your reasoning.
Also, even if you have played the game past the 2-hour Steam refund window, you can still successful receive a refund, as many players have been able to do so.
It’s unfortunate that it has come to this for Bless Online, but the fault is purely on Bless Online for releasing the game in its current state.