Armored Core: Verdict Day gets a trailer

Robots.

Posted By | On 12th, Apr. 2013

Armored Core: Verdict Day trailer has been released by From Software, and it shows basically nothing. It’s some sort of a cinematics trailer and doesn’t show in-game gameplay. It’s an MMO and we really don’t know how this will work but one thing you can be clear of is, it will feature robots that shoot missiles.

Command a squadron of fully customized Armored Core Units in a dystopian future ravaged by war and stripped of its natural resources; The last remaining resources needed for the survival of your faction are scavenged and bitterly fought for in the No Man’s Land, a bleak landscape that offers little hope for survival. Enlist into one of the various in-game factions and strategically adapt your weapon systems to wrestle control of territories away from other players and establish a much needed peace.

Check out the features below.

  • 90 new missions across 7 battle ravaged continents.
  • 150 parts to customize your load out.
  • Battle alone or with your friends with improved online matchmaking.
  • Use the adaptive a.i. to create unmanned AC units to even the playing field for online matches.

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