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Armored Core VI Producer Reveals Online Multiplayer & How It Connects To Previous Games

Bandai Namco has released a new 18-minute interview with Armored Core VI Fires Of Rubicon producer Yasunori Ogura from developer FromSoftware at Taipei Game Show 2023.

The first interesting this is that he mentions how the game’s story connects to 2012’s Armored Core V and the answer is actually not at all.

He said:

“In terms of actual storyline, there is no direct connection between V and this latest title, which means there is no need to have played previous titles in the series. However, the fundamental concept at the heart of the Armored Core series, involving the free assembly and customization of parts to create your own mech, remains very much a part of this title.

We have prioritized this aspect of the series throughout the development process, and combined this system with the know-how and experience our teams have acquired in the development of FromSoftware’s other acclaimed titles to produce a brand-new Armored Core action game that we believe will satisfy our users.”

Ogura also reveals the meaning behind the subtitle of Armored Cored VI and a bit about the game’s setting as well.

He added:

“The subtitle Fires of Rubicon is derived form the world developed specifically for this new game. The game is set on a planet known as Rubicon 3, and the story begins with the discovery of a mysterious new material there.

The overarching backbone of the game’s story features the struggle for control of this material between various corporations and organizations. The player character is an independent mercenary working amid these fires of conflict, and it is the task of the player to carry out a series of missions amid that backdrop.”

When asked what multiplayer elements the game will have, he answered:

“As focus has been pleased on producing the most dynamic action possible, we have restricted story mode gameplay to single-player only, but as an online element, we are also planning the implementation of battles in an online arena. We plan to release more details concerning this in the coming days.”

Apparently, there will be some sort of online battle arenas in Armored Core VI Fires Of Rubicon. However, no other details were given.

Armored Core VI Fires of Rubicon will launch for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC sometime in 2023. It was originally announced during The Game Awards 2022.

Check out the full interview below:

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