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Blue Protocol Gets Charming New Screenshots; Livestream Canceled Due to Coronavirus Emergency

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Blue Protocol Gets Charming New Screenshots; Livestream Canceled Due to Coronavirus Emergency

Bandai Namco is continuing to release more screenshots of its upcoming anime-style MMORPG Blue Protocol ahead of the closed beta.

Bandai Namco is continuing to release more screenshots of its upcoming anime-style MMORPG Blue Protocol ahead of the closed beta.

Today we get two new screenshots released on the official Twitter account (sources 1, 2).

The first screenshots show Petari, the quest receptionist. The second image showcases MInsterhorn, a thriving farming village surrounded by fields.

You can check them out below.

Unfortunately, it isn’t all good news. Due to the declaration of the state of emergency in Japan to slow down the spread of Coronavirus, the upcoming livestream planned for April 20 has been Canceled to preserve the health of the staff.

The schedule of the upcoming closed beta won’t be affected (you still have a few days to register) and further details will be provided on Twitter in the coming days.

If you want to see more of Blue Protocol, you can take a look at the latest gameplay, the latest screenshots, even more imagesanother gallerymore extensive gameplay footage, at even more screenshotsthe previous gallerysome more recent gameplay footagethe previous trailer, the initial announcement trailer and the first screenshots, and the second batch of screenshotsanother gallery, a recent look at the Aegis Fighter class, and another at the Twin Striker and Blast Archer classes.

You can also enjoy more videos of the character creation for an older guy, a cute girl, a pair featuring a boy and a sexy older sister-type, and plenty of recent gameplay from the alpha test.

Blue Protocol is an online JRPG in development for PC by a team named Project Blue Sky, which is a joint initiative of Bandai Namco Online and Bandai Namco Studios. At the moment, there is no set release date.

While a western release has not been announced yet, the recent discovery of a career opportunity ad for a localization director strongly hinted to an upcoming English version of the game. The developers themselves also mentioned the goal of launching the game globally.

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