“Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon” will release on 24 august 2023.
However, if you’re looking for games that are similar in terms of mecha combat and customization like the Armored Core series, here are a few options:
- MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries (2021) – This game puts you in control of BattleMechs, and large walking tanks, and lets you customize them to fit your playstyle. It also offers a single-player campaign where you manage a mercenary company.
- Daemon X Machina (2019) – This is a fast-paced action game that features customizable mechs called Arsenals. The game offers a variety of weapons and parts to tailor your mech to your preferred combat style.
- Hawken (2012) – While Hawken has a more fast-paced and arcade-like approach to mech combat, it’s still a good option if you’re looking for action-packed mecha battles.
- MechAssault Series (2002-2004) – These are older games from the original Xbox era, but they offer enjoyable mech combat gameplay.
- Warframe (2013) – While not entirely focused on mechs, Warframe allows players to control Warframes, which are advanced exosuits with unique abilities. The game features fast-paced combat and a lot of customization options.
- Titanfall Series (2014-2016) – These games blend mech combat with parkour-style movement and first-person shooter action.
“Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon” isn’t a known game title.
However, if you’re interested in books related to video games, especially in the mecha combat and futuristic genre.
Here are some recommendations that might appeal to you:
- “Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline – This novel is set in a dystopian future where people immerse themselves in a virtual reality world called the OASIS. It’s packed with references to video games, pop culture, and includes epic battles and challenges.
- “Snow Crash” by Neal Stephenson – A classic cyberpunk novel that explores a virtual reality metaverse and features action-packed sequences reminiscent of video games.
- “Ender’s Game” by Orson Scott Card – While not directly about video games, this novel focuses on a young boy’s training for futuristic space battles, which could appeal to fans of mecha combat themes.
- “For the Win” by Cory Doctorow – This novel delves into the world of online gaming and follows a group of young gamers who become involved in a virtual world’s economy.
- “Reamde” by Neal Stephenson – Another novel by Stephenson, “Reamde” combines online gaming, international intrigue, and virtual economies.
- “Otherland” series by Tad Williams – This series explores a virtual reality network that connects diverse worlds, offering a mix of fantasy and sci-fi elements.
- “Sword Art Online” series by Reki Kawahara – If you’re interested in stories where characters are trapped in a virtual game world, this light novel series might appeal to you.
- “In Real Life” by Cory Doctorow and Jen Wang – This graphic novel focuses on a young girl’s experiences in an MMORPG and the real-world issues tied to virtual economies.
- “The Bug in the Martini” by Jean-Christophe Detrain – This science fiction novel takes place in a world of advanced virtual reality gaming and explores themes of identity and consciousness.