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.
When Genshin Impact launched in 2020, developer MiHoYo expected the game to succeed in China, Southeast Asia, Korea, and other East core markets. But the game broke all expectations, and the Chinese free-to-play mobile game managed to catch the attention of over 10 million players in a matter of weeks. However, one MMO might supplant the RPG if it gets the wide-release fans are hoping for: Blue Protocol.
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.
E3 2021 has come and gone, and whilst we got plenty of surprises and cool games thrown at our collective faces, there were some noticeable omissions from the gaming mecca. Here are five RPGs Bradford wishes we saw during E3 2021 this past week.
If you missed the latest Blue Protocol stream, or perhaps, if you saw it but couldn't understand it because it was in Japanese, don't fret too much, as we have put together a quick recap of what was shown.
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.
Screenshots can be incredibly fulfilling and artistic to capture in video games, giving a chance to share what's happening or something beautiful with your friends whilst you play. Blue Protocol is adding a photo mode to allow even the most fledgling digital photographer create dynamic pictures...or the occasional selfie.
Bandai Namco's highly anticipated game Blue Protocol released a small teaser tweet that shows off a healing NPC known as "Yee".
In the latest Blue Protocol tweet outlining the development of the game, a quality-of-life feature known as the "Shortcut Ring" was shown, as a way to expand quick access components during play.
As we continue to wait for more Blue Protocol information, such as, when we can expect the game to officially head to the west, Bandai Namco has attempted to satiate potential players with two combat videos shared via twitter.
Blue Protocol is shaping up to be a pretty interesting MMO, and BANDAI NAMCO Studios planned a recruitment briefing for interested parties with experience in game development, or those interested in Blue Protocols development and looking for experience. This week, BlueProtocolDB also released some datamined info that will certainly be of interest to potential Blue Protocol players.
Another closed beta test for Blue Protocol will begin on November 7th, but those interested in testing will have to be a resident of Japan. The developer livestream that provided additional information on Closed Beta, also gave players a better look at what players can expect from Blue Protocol.