Bandai Namco and Amazon Games have today announced they are brining MMORPG Blue Protocol to western audiences in America, Europe, Australia and New Zeland.
Bandai Namco's anime MMORPG Blue Protocol is officially coming to the West, it's been confirmed by Bandai Namco Online and Amazon Games , who will be publishing the game in the west including North America, Europe, South America, Australia, and New Zealand.
The game is set to launch sometime in the second half of 2023 for PC, Xbox Series X|S , and PlayStation 5 . A closed beta on PC will be hosted earlier in the year.
Blue Protocol will be the latest title in Amazon Games' portfolio of live service games. You probably know that the publisher already has two big MMORPGs in under their umbrella - Lost Ark and New World - and it's certainly interesting to see their approach to publishing which mostly focuses on the MMO genre.
In case you're not familiar with Blue Protocol, the game was announced a couple of years ago and had many network tests since then. After that, we got a year of silence from the devs, which sparked rumours that the game could be cancelled. However, the team recently started announcing more network tests and as confirmed last night, the game is indeed coming along well and we'll finally get to see it in 2023.
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