Every time FromSoftware announces a new video game, it’s time to go through the same process: pouring all the videos from the channels I specialize into SoulsBorne through my veins until I can’t take any more. It’s a bit like the studio turning me into SinLuz as I watch the first trailer for its new proposition in search of an answer to the puzzles it offers in a decadent cycle of consuming content like crazy. . But this time, I’m not here to talk about SoulsBorne, but about Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon.

Shield Core VI (or hopefully Dark Souls with roboces) was introduced a few months ago with a first cinematic trailer at The Game Awards 2022 gala that was able to make your hair stand on end. The bad thing is that since then, the only thing we’ve had from the studio regarding the game has been resounding silence…at least until now.

The new art of Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon

  • The art in question was collected by Okami Games a twitter
  • This is an official image from the game, so I can’t wait to see how people think about it a million times to extract data on the game’s possible history
  • Afterwards, I leave you with the art in question so you can see it with your own eyes

When might we see something new from Armored Core VI?

  • Given the good relationship that exists between Miyazaki and Geoff Keighley, it is possible that the game will be presented during one of the events of the latter
  • My bet is that we will see a first trailer with gameplay at the Summer Game Fest 2023 which will take place this June 8
  • This would make sense, above all, because of the idea that the game was introduced to the world at The Game Awards 2022 gala (also hosted by Geoff Keighley)

Either way, I’ll be watching. all the news that arises about Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon with the aim of telling you about it as soon as possible.

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