Armored Core 6 Is Back On Sale For 50% Off For PS5 And Xbox Series X


Before Dark Souls and Elden Ring, From Software was best-known for its Armored Core series, and right now, you can score the latest entry in the challenging action series for its lowest price yet. Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon has just received a 50% discount at Walmart and Amazon, reducing the game’s price from $60 to $30. Armored Core 6 has been on sale for $30 before, but it usually doesn’t stay in stock for long. You could the money you’re saving toward Armored Core 6’s official hardcover strategy guide.

This deal is for both the PS5 and Xbox Series X (and Xbox One) versions. Amazon is matching Walmart’s deal, though only the PS5 version is in stock. Depending on your location, you may not be able to get delivery from Walmart, but you can order online and pick up at your local store.

Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon

If you’re unfamiliar with the series, Armored Core trades the swords and sorcery of From Software’s other great games for a mechanized dive into sci-fi warfare. What sets this game apart from those titles is an emphasis on customization, as you’re able to fine-tune various details on your warsuit–the titular armored core–so that you can get the best results in battle. It has inherited some of its action DNA from other From Software games like Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, as well as the big boss fights that have become hallmarks of the developers other games like Dark Souls and Bloodborne.

To give you a helpful hand, you can also check out the Armored 6 Pilot’s Manual at Amazon. This official hardcover strategy guide features 432 pages of enemy intel, details on how to master each mission, and how to assemble the perfect mech for each conflict. The first Armored Core game in many years, Fires of Rubicon was released last year and received positive reviews.

“Armored Core VI represents a new beginning for the long-running series. It still remains true to From Software’s original vision, but the whole experience has been refined to welcome an audience that cut its teeth on the studio’s most recent work,” Richard Wakeling wrote in GameSpot’s Armored Core 6 review. “Its story is a letdown and there may be some early growing pains due to its lopsided approach, but these shortcomings quickly scurry to the back of your mind once you start weaving your fully customized mech between incoming attacks while unleashing a salvo of rocket fire, sword swipes, and plasma rounds.”