If you've been wondering what exactly is going on with Blue Protocol, you're not alone. Thankfully, it looks like Bandai Namco has provided something of an update this week for fans eager for news.
Blue Protocol is one of the most anticipated MMORPGs in development right now, and Kanishka explores why there is such a rabid desire for this anime-style MMO to come to the West.
Elden Ring has mostly consumed the majority of my gameplaying time since it released in late February of this year. The fascination for the game took me utterly by surprise, especially after I spent several hours with the closed network test in November, and left feeling hopeful, but mostly unimpressed. Now that I've finished the game several times over, one thing still has me curious. If Elden Ring is so popular, why are there so few players earning the most basic achievements?
Elden Ring, launched over a week ago, hit an impressive peak on Steam, with a sixth place all-time concurrent player count over 953k
Reported launch day performance issues on PC and PS5 have led Bandai Namco to issue a statement regarding fixes and what Elden Ring players can do in the meantime.
Elden Ring's unlock times have been revealed, along with a new spoilery trailer showing huge bosses, story hints, and more of what you can expect.
With the Dark Souls PC releases seeing security issues, Bandai Namco has decided the features will stay off until after Elden Ring's launch in order to make sure fixes are in place on its servers.
Elden Ring is available to preorder, and the first gameplay preview has the large-scale battles, rich environments, and dungeons you'd expect, and co-op multiplayer.
Elden Ring may have been delayed to a late February release, but Bandai Namco is giving us all a surprise look at the gameplay tomorrow morning via a newly announced 15-minute streaming preview.
For those hoping to finally go in on Elden Ring early next year, you are going to be waiting a tad bit longer. Bandai Namco announced today the RPG will be now releasing on February 25th, 2022, delaying the game by a month.
It's been a little while since anything substantial has come out of the development team behind Blue Protocol. Recently the Japanese twitter account came alive with the introduction of several characters that players will be introduced to during their journey in Blue Protocol.
Have you been waiting for the anime brain-punk RPG Scarlet Nexus? If so, and you're an Xbox owner, you can hop into the game's demo that released earlier this week. You can demo the game until the 27th of May.
Blue Protocol, Bandai Namco's anime-inspired MMO is gearing up for a developer update, the team announced today via Twitter. The upcoming update will take place on YouTube and will debut on May 27th.
Are you a fan of JRPGs? If you are, Scarlet Nexus is a new game, headed to the Xbox One, Xbox X/S, PlayStation 4, Playstation 5, and PC in June.
Bandai Namco's highly anticipated game Blue Protocol released a small teaser tweet that shows off a healing NPC known as "Yee".