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Armored Core: Verdict Day unveiled, added screenshots out

Armored Core: Verdict Day, the newest game in the Armored Core series, is set to be released later this year by From Software in Japan and by Bandai Namco Games internationally. Screenshots are also now available for gamers to see a glimpse of the game.

From Software has recently unveiled last week the next game in the Armored Core Series. It is officially named as Armored Core: Verdict Day, and the title is set for the PS3 and Xbox 360 consoles. This next mecha mayhem title would of course use the same build, assemble and battle formula system that is traditional to all other Armored Core games. Presumably, Verdict Day would use the same game engine as Armored Core V (as with any Armored Core title directly following the last numbered title), as the official sources say that you can simply load your previous Armored Core V save file into Verdict Day to get all of the parts and components of your old file. So, players would be able to use their previous AC builds to play Verdict Day's new missions.

A few days shortly after their announcement, they've immediately added much more sample screenshots of the game in their official website. Though there are quite a number of action scene and cinematic sequence shots, there are now also a number of in-menu screenshots available there.

Armored Core: Verdict Day is scheduled to be officially released by Bandai Namco Games internationally on September 26, 2013.

Source: 4Gamer (JP), From Software (JP)

Christian Crisostomo
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