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Armored Core 6 Is 3 To 5 Times The Length Of Previous Entry

Bandai Namco and From Software’s Armored Core 6 is around 5 times the length of the previous mainline entry in the series, Armored Core V, based on the latest information.

Fextralife was recently given an opportunity to travel to L.A. to get some hands-on time with Armored Core 6. In their video, they shared their impressions regarding the game and what fans can expect when it arrives in store shelves next month on August 25, 2023.

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During their impressions, they revealed that they were told Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon will have a total length around 50 to 60 hours. The mentioned duration comes without context, however. It’s unknown if this is the length of just the main story, or whether it includes all side activities. That said, we now have a rough idea about the game’s total duration.

Based on the above information, it can be inferred that Armored Core 6 is possibly 5 times the duration of its predecessor, Armored Core V, which averages at about 12.5 hours for the main story. However, if Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon’s mentioned length of 50 to 60 hours includes all side activities, it would roughly be 3 times the length of Armored Core V, which is still a pretty sizable difference.

Previously, photographs of the box of the PS4 version of Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon had emerged at Japanese storefronts. According to the rear side of the box cover, the game will support up to 6-player multiplayer, with 3 additional spectators. This essentially means that each PvP party can contain up to 3 players in total, much like in the Dark Souls series. 3 vs 3 sounds about right for a game of this nature, where players will benefit from choosing frames and customization that complement each others’ play styles.

Customization is, therefore, a focal aspect of the Armored Core experience. Players can enhance and adjust the power of their Armored Core frame by using a variety of parts. You’ll have plenty of room to play around with different weapon loadouts, thanks to the four weapon holding slots – one in each hand and two on the back. This includes all-time favorites, such as bazookas, gatling guns, split missiles, plasma rifles, etc.

Muhammad Ali Bari

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