Release date of upcoming enthralling Anime themed RPG “Blue Protocol”

Blue Protocol is the upcoming video game developed by BANDAI NAMCO Studios it has gained so much love already before its release and fans are going gaga over it and are waiting impatiently for the release.

Blue Protocol Overview:

The game is a beautiful Anime themed game that is MMO, high-quality graphics, triple-A classification, with a fast dynamic combat system Japanese game developed by BANAI NAMCO on Unreal engine 4. The trailer released in February 2020.

The trailer showed a few glimpses of how the game’s going to be, the game will also employ something like a mega server so while playing and going to different areas in the game you can actually see other players basically every player playing on the same server. Since the game MMO genre, there will be quests to solve, different cities were showed in the trailer, dungeons and dangerous enemies to battle with, the game is pack with entertainment.

release date of upcoming enthralling rpg "Blue Protocol"

Blue Protocol Release Dates:

The game’s alpha testing was done in 2019 and beta testing in 2020 ever since the release dates have been said to in somewhere in 2020 but it got shifted to releasing in Japan in Mid-2021. The game will be first launching in Japan although no official release dates are set for worldwide launch it is expected to be at the end of 2021 or early 2022. The game will be available on both PS4 and PS5.

Check out the official trailer here: Blue Protocol Trailer

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