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Blue Protocol Trailer, Gameplay, Review & Release Date

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The buzz is real as fans await the debut of the co-created project between Bandai Namco and Amazon Games—the much-anticipated multiplayer online RPG, Blue Protocol. If you’re outside Japan, you’re likely keen to find out when this fantastical world will become accessible. Sadly, the global community must wait a bit longer to dive into this adventure.

If the launch date for this potential gaming sensation is on your mind, you’re in the perfect spot. Here, we’ll share all the details about when you can finally play Blue Protocol, along with other essential insights.

So, when will Blue Protocol be released?

Bandai Namco has announced that the Blue Protocol release year is set for 2024. Gamers in Japan have the advantage of already enjoying the game on PC, and the title will hit Japanese consoles on December 13, 2023, at 17:00 PM JST, as detailed in a Blue Protocol blog update.

Global audiences initially had hopes of playing Blue Protocol in the latter half of 2023. This was referenced in a previous Bandai Namco blog post. Regrettably, plans shifted, and since no specific launch date has been fixed, its exact release remains a mystery.

The developers have hinted at several beta tests occurring before Blue Protocol’s official release in their announcement. As of now, no dates for these beta testing phases are confirmed. Nevertheless, as summer draws near, we can expect to hear more details in the coming months.

In the meantime, eager fans have been treated to snippets of the Blue Protocol universe through some dynamic gameplay trailers. With features reminiscent of the hit open-world RPG Genshin Impact, the game has already sparked intrigue with its animated art style and vibrant world. Curious gamers can check out the trailers to whet their appetite for the full experience.

Come launch, players can expect a choice of five distinct classes during character creation. Whether Bandai Namco has plans to expand this roster with new additions in subsequent updates remains uncertain.

Image Source: BLUE PROTOCOL @YouTube

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