PC Online RPG Blue Protocol Will get Its First Stream on February 13
Bandai Namco announced online anime RPG Blue Protocol, coming to PC, will get its first stream with new gameplay on February 13.
Bandai Namco Online and Bandai Namco Studios officially announced a stream for Blue Protocol will be held on February 13, at 20:00 JST (Click here for time conversions). The stream’s YouTube page can be accessed here. This is the first of the “Blue Pro Communication” streams to be held regularly, revealing development updates and new information. These streams were already teased by the staff a few days ago, but we had no date until now. The stream will most notably include some gameplay running on the latest build of the game, so if you’re interested in Blue Protocol, you definitely shouldn’t miss that. Needless to say, we’ll be covering the stream extensively at DualShockers, as we always do with these kinds of streams.
Blue Protocol recently got a brand new trailer along with the announcement of a Closed Beta Test, with registrations opening February 12. This first stream will also detail the players’ feedback after the Closed Alpha Test in July 2019 and how the game has changed since then.
Blue Protocol was first announced in June 2019. The game was currently only announced in Japan and on PC. However, Bandai Namco is currently hiring for an English localization director for Blue Protocol, meaning an English version of the game will be announced at some point.
You can read more on Blue Protocol with our previous coverage. Players who participated in the Closed Alpha Test are also now allowed to upload footage, as long as they specify it’s from the Alpha. If you want to get a sneak peek on the game, you just need to search for “ブルプロ” and “ブループロトコル” on social media, YouTube and Niconico.