Blue Protocol character acrylic stand
Image courtesy of Bandai Namco

Blue Protocol Acrylic Character Stands Appear as Crane Game Prizes

Bandai Spirits and Banpresto revealed new acrylic stands modeled after Blue Protocol characters, and the merchandise will be available as prizes from crane games in Namco’s arcade centers starting from March 8, 2024.

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The lineup will feature a total of six non-player characters who play major roles in the online game’s storyline. The roster includes Feste, Einrain, Tyris, Aerinse, and Jake, who are also featured on the game’s website. The acrylic stands will have an average height of 15 cm (~5.9 inches).

Here’s a closer look at the Blue Protocol character merchandise:

Blue Protocol is a massively multiplayer online RPG that is immediately available in Japan on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X. Amazon Games will launch a localized version for the Americas, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand in 2024.

Bandai Namco announced that Blue Protocol had surpassed a million downloads in late January 2024 in Japan alone. But despite the milestone, the company suggested that the MMORPG underperformed in its Q3 FY2024 financial report without directly mentioning the title—even when Blue Protocol was the only online game it launched in the fiscal year that started in April 2023.

The Blue Protocol acrylic character stands will be available as crane game prizes in Namco arcade centers across Japan from March 8, 2024.

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