- The new v.102 patch for Armored Core 6 has recently launched, focusing on balance changes to ensure that users can create all sorts of mechs during the early and mid-game. There are also many bug fixes.
- There have been many changes made to weapons for better balancing. Some attacks by certain enemy units have also been altered for refinement. The devs said the next updates will focus on PvP elements.
- The camera controls have been improved for users while spectating online battles. The punch animation would no longer glitch for the enemy side in online battles, and many other bugs were fixed.
- Armored Core 6 was launched on August 25 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, and PC. It also secured itself as the series’ highest-rated game to date.
Armored Core 6 has bathed in positive reception since release, and updates have continued to make it an even smoother venture. The latest v1.02 patch has recently launched and brings quite a lot to the table. The update is mostly focused on balance changes to ensure that users can whip up all sorts of mechs during the early and mid-game. However, it also squashes quite a few bugs to iron out any lingering caveats from the gameplay.
The balance adjustments are mostly tied to the in-game weapons in Armored Core 6. Some guns have been balanced to ensure they do not feel overpowered or too weak against enemies or other players. The details of long weapon balance changes could be confusing to read in the list. But the Reddit user UmbraBliss in the official r/armoredcore subreddit has created a concise and neat comparison to showcase the new stat changes.
Additionally, particular attacks performed by enemies have also been balanced in the new patch notes. The devs have mentioned the following enemy units: AAP07: BALTEUS, IA-13: SEA SPIDER, and IB-01: CEL240.
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The Armored Core 6 update has also concentrated a lot on squashing bug fixes. The camera controls have been improved for players while spectating online battles. The punch animation would also often glitch for the enemy side in online arena battles; the update has patched that dilemma away. Certain bosses that were rendered incorrectly will also not happen anymore. The devs also talk about other bug fixes that have not been mentioned.
Xbox consoles and Steam will also no longer have AC6 run in offline mode and be unable to save progress after the device recovers from sleep mode. The vertical missiles and certain coral weapons will no longer deal unintended amounts of damage in Armored Core 6. Plenty of bug fixes are also related to specific missions in the game.
Moreover, the devs have clarified that the next updates will be catered towards the PvP aspects of the title.
Armored Core 6 has sold like hotcakes on sale in Australia and New Zealand during its first week after release. It also debuted at the top of the UK game sales charts during its early days after coming out, standing out against the giant releases on a global level this year. It has been praised by new and veteran fans alike because of its highly compelling and fast-paced gameplay that takes vehicular mech combat to a whole new realm.
Arguably, the most robust iteration of Mech Battler was launched on August 25 for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, and lastly, PC. It was not a challenging goal for the entry to become the series’ highest-rated installment to date. Additionally, it has already climbed its way to be the second-biggest FromSoftware title on Steam by concurrent users, only crossed by the massive arrival of Elden Ring last year.
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