Bandai Namco have confirmed that they will be hosting another Blue Protocol network test to prepare the game for the official launch.
Players who are anticipating the upcoming MMORPG named Blue Protocol have finally got some good news about the game after a year or so of complete silence from the devs. Last week, Bandai Namco confirmed that they are set to announce big news this week and they've just did it.
The big announcement is a new network test, that the dev team will be conducting in preparation for the official launch of the game. To some, that probably suggests that the launch is not far away but don't get your hopes up just yet, since the game doesn't have an official release date.
Bandai Namco say the full details about the network test will be outlined in the next episode of Blue Protocol Communication stream, which airs on November 15, 2022.
Here's the announcement in full, roughly translated by Google:
"We have decided to conduct a network test in preparation for the release of BLUE PROTOCOL! Details such as the outline of the implementation will be explained in "Bull Pro Communication" #5 from 19:00 on Tuesday, November 15th. Please watch it after setting a reminder!"
You will be able to watch the stream next week on the link below:
Blue Protocol is currently confirmed to be launching only in Japan but the devs are exploring the possibility of bringing the game to the western audience . They have said that the Japan release will come first, though, and only after that, Blue Protocol could be heading to EU, NA and the rest of the world.
Blue Protocol is an anime MMORPG akin to the globally popular Genshin Impact. It features a large open world, raids, parties and everything you would usually expect from an MMO of this size.
At the moment, it's only confirmed for a release on PC.