Blue Protocol is an online action game created by Bandai Namco. It is free to play MMORPG. Characters with skills and abilities are there for the players. It is somewhere the most awaited game of 2021. Let’s have a look at Blue Protocol Release Date, system requirements, and more.
Blue Protocol Release date
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Blue Protocol is gaining fame in social media even before its launch. Gamers must be eagerly waiting for the Blue Protocol release date. The exact date is not revealed yet, but the Blue Protocol release Date is expected in mid-2021 first in Japan.
Coming onto the release dates outside Japan, no news is there about it. It will release 6 to 12 months after its release in Japan. It could be late 2021 or early 2022.
Blue Protocol System requirements
To play this game, there are minimum system requirements for the players. Starting from OS, the OS should be Win 7 64, Intel Core i3-560 3.3G Hz processor, or AMD Phenom ll X4 805 processor respectively. Others include AMD Radeon R7 360X or Nvidia GeForce GTX 750Ti graphics, 4 GB RAM as system memory, and 40GB of Hard drive space.
Moving onto the requirements in PC, Blue Protocol will run on the Unreal engine. It will require Radeon RX 580 graphics and 8GB storage along with direct X 11 deliverable GPU.
Blue Protocol Gameplay Trailer
Bandai Namco has released two to three trailers of Blue Protocol. The trailer seems very excited. It had wonderful background music and high graphics. The game will be available on both PS 4 as well as PS 5.
The game will use certain zones and will have Dungeons, raids, and parties along with its features. There are Business models, Cash shops, and combat too. The combat looks incredible in the Blue Horizon but its working process is not known yet.
Bandai Namco asked several questions to the participants after beta testing about what do they want to see in the game. There were plenty of suggestions. Increased characters, choice of skill and ability, the addition of new classes, unique features, alternate rules for zones, and voice chat are some of them.
According to the trailer, Bandai has taken the suggestions seriously and there is a possibility of the release of new areas and zones in the game.
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