150,000 Players of Armored Core 6 Using $26B Anime Franchise as Cheat Code for Absolute Killer Mech Builds

150,000 Players of Armored Core 6 Using $26B Anime Franchise as Cheat Code for Absolute Killer Mech Builds
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From Software’s Armored Core 6 garnered amazing reviews from fans and critics alike upon its release after a hiatus of 11 years on August 25, 2023. The game saw an impressive concurrent player count of 150k on Steam and became the fifth-biggest launch of 2023 on day 1. The game has received amazing reviews for its smooth combat mechanics and in-game customization options.

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Players who have played previous Armored Core games have praised Armored Core 6 for its mech build system and the new mech parts in the game including laser daggers and missile launchers. The mech build system lets players assemble a special loadout with new parts as per their preferences. The new parts have their unique abilities and with this build system, players have been using a $26B Anime franchise to build power war machines.

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Armored Core 6 Players use the Popular Anime Franchise to Build Mechs

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Armored Core 6 players are using the popular Gundam franchise to create powerful mechs. A Redditor and Armored Core 6 player, BusterSwordd posed their mech on the r/armoredcore subreddit which is influenced by the MSN-04 Sazabi from the game, Mobile Suit Gundam: Char’s Counterattack. The mech is donning red color and has VE-42A legs, 07-061 Mind Alpha Arms, SG-027 Zimmerman L arm, and BML G2 Back Units that help the players survive in thrilling battles.

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Another Redditor WhichConclusion2503 showed their creation inspired by Exia from Gundam in white, blue, and green. The Exia mech build has Moonlight Greatsword, Pulse Shield Launcher EUL E/60D, and Kasuar 44Z Head parts which players will be able to get as they progress further in the main campaign of the game.

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Armored Core VI Gameplay

Both the mech builds look absolutely stunning and fans praised the builds with one user saying,

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“I love that those are basically Sazabi legs. Like, it isnt even just close, they ARE the Sazabi legs.”

Another user said,

With Bandai Namco now owning both Gundam and Armored Core, I’d love some cross-content. Some Bandai made armored core kits? Absolutely. Some Gundam themed parts in AC6? Yes, please.”

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Fans Admire Armored Core 6‘s Mech Customization System

From Software‘s Armored Core 6 has been admired by players as it lets players share their custom builds with the game community and help others build their own custom mechs. Numerous design codes have been posted on the Armored Core subreddit. Some of the builds shared are for melee combat, while some equip long-range weapons such as missiles, lasers, and rifles. Players must unlock these parts in the game to be able to build their custom mechs.

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Since the release, players have been building and customizing to make their favorite characters. For example, one Armored Core 6 player turned Carl “CJ” Johnson from GTA: San Andreas into a mech. It’d be interesting to see what mechs players build from other games. What are your thoughts? Did you play Armored Core 6 yet?

Source: Gamerant

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Written by Rohit Tiwari

Rohit Tiwari is a gaming writer at FandomWire with over two years of experience covering everything gaming. With a Master's degree in Mass Communication, Rohit combines academic insight with a passion for the games and the stories they tell. Rohit is an ardent supporter of Real Madrid and when he's not busy playing games, you'll find him reading or idolizing the GOAT Cristiano Ronaldo.