Blue Protocol PC Benchmark Performance Overview
Amazon Games' upcoming Anime-style RPG looks great on PC
Published: 7th March 2023 | Source: Blue Protocol | Price: |
Let's test Blue Protocol's new PC benchmark
Blue Protocol has recently received a PC benchmark for gamers to test, and while the tool currently defaults to Japanese, we wanted to see how well this upcoming Online Action RPG from Bandai Namco and Amazon Games is running on PC in its current state. The game will be a free-to-play title when it lunches, and the game is coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.
The PC benchmark for Blue Protocol allows gamers to create a character and benchmark their PC to see how well it runs Blue Protocol. Various graphical options are available for gamers to tinker with, though today we will be sticking to the game's "Highest" preset.
Blue Protocol is due to launch on PC sometime this year through Steam, with the game being a Direct 12 title that is being built using Unreal Engine 4. During the benchmark, we noted that there were shader compilation stutters, a problem that is common within DirectX 12 games. However, these stutters were not frequent and only applied to our first run of the benchmarking tool. Hopefully, Bandai Namco and Amazon games will work to ensure that these stutters are not present within the game when it launches later this year.
Below is what Bandai Namco Games and Amazon Games have to say about Blue Protocol on Steam. We have also included the game's reveal trailer below.
ABOUT THIS GAME
An Epic Journey Through Time
You are on a quest to uncover the truth about your origins. On your travels you meet people from many worlds and make new friends with whom you share your adventures. Eventually, you find yourself facing an inescapable destiny that will determine the fate of planet Regnas.
It doesn't matter if you're a beginner or an advanced player, the action-based combat system features simple controls that are customizable and able to match any playstyle.
Become your ideal self: choose your facial appearance, hairstyle, clothes, accessories, weapons, and mounts for a combination that's uniquely your personal style.
Work together as a team with other players to tackle quests, fight boss battles, and engage in massive online raids against towering monsters.
Drivers and System Specifications
For today's testing, we have used AMD's Radeon Software 23.2.2 driver and Nvidia's 531.18 WHQL drivers. These are the newest drivers that were available at the time of our testing.
Before testing, we fully updated our Windows 11 installation and ensured that no unnecessary background applications were running on our test system.
Full System Specifications
Below are the full specifications of our game testing system, which we built in mid-2020 to meet the needs of future games. Alongside this system, we will be testing various old and new graphics cards from AMD and Nvidia, including Nvidia's RTX series and AMD's RX 6000 series.
To help support the website, we have included Amazon affiliate links below should you wish to purchase the same or similar PC parts. You can read more about our games testing system here.
OC3D Game/GPU Test Rig (Affiliate Links Below)
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Processor
ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Formula (X570) Motherboard
Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB Series DDR4 3600MHz (2x8GB) Memory
Corsair RM1000i Power Supply
Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT All-in-One Liquid CPU Cooler
Corsair MP600 2TB PCIe 4.0 SSD
Corsiar Obsidian 500D RGB SE Case
Windows 11 x64
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Any chance of a article on the new Unreal Titanic thing dude? I really don't want to drag down 40gb here just yet.
think you mean this ?
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