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Blade And Soul Passes 1 Million Players in less than a week since launch on PC

Less than a week after its official launch in Europe and North America, NCSOFT West’s highly anticipated MMORPG, Blade & Soul, has reached a milestone of more than one million people playing the game.

After achieving massive success in Korea and China, Blade & Soul was released on 19th January, 2016 in the West, bringing a surge of players online to experience the epic story of revenge and innovative combat system of this free-to-play game. In the coming months, players can expect a regular cadence of content updates and patches to further enhance gameplay and the overall Blade & Soul experience.

Dr. Songyee Yoon, CEO of NCSOFT West said:

[box type=”shadow” align=”aligncenter” class=”” width=””]“At NCSOFT, we are committed to providing our players an extraordinary experience across all of our games, It is thrilling that so many people are excited about the arrival of Blade & Soul in the West, and we will continue to work tirelessly to make sure our amazing players have a great time in this epic game.”[/box]

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John Burns, Senior Vice President of Publishing at NCSOFT West said:

[box type=”shadow” align=”aligncenter” class=”” width=””]“The sheer enthusiasm – not to mention volume – of North American and European players that have jumped into Blade & Soul since launch has been tremendous, Blade & Soul is one of the most exciting games for Western players in 2016.”[/box]

To enter the world of Blade & Soul, players simply need a free NCSOFT Account and to download the game client HERE.

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