Blue Protocol Benchmark And Character Creator Is Up And Yes, You Can Use It In The West
The benchmark software is available today.
Today’s the day and players around the world interested in Blue Protocol can download the benchmark software and start playing around with it. The software is available from the game’s site. If you don’t read Japanese, you’ll probably want to use the translation option in your browser, just so you know where to click for the download. There’s also plenty of information on things you’ll need to run the benchmark. It’s all pretty standard, Microsoft.NET framework, DirectX, and so forth.
Once you have the software installed, you’ll be able to create a character and use the actual benchmark test. Remember that only one class is available for character creation currently, but if you like it, you can save it for the game launch.
After running the test, the benchmark will give you the option to change settings so if your numbers don’t work out the first time, it seems like you can try again at a lower setting. If you want to take screenshots, that’s built into the software as well.
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