Armored Core VI shields itself against pirates

Armored Core VI shields itself against pirates

Deciding which game to play this summer is about to get even more difficult with the upcoming release of Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon. Following the success of Remnant 2 and Baldur's Gate III, the mecha action game created by FromSoftware looks promising enough to contend with other hits released this year for a spot in your library of video games. We recently had the opportunity of watching an extended gameplay video that sheds some light on the game mechanics, and it looked definitely impressive.



Double protection

Exploring the surface of Rubicon 3 while completing different assignments won't be an easy task, but the multiple weapon configurations of your armored core will allow you to adapt to any possible situation. Developer FromSoftware seems to be decided to do the same for the release of the game and it has set up a good barrier against pirates. Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon will feature not one but two anti-cheat DRMs. Don't worry, none of them is Denuvo. Instead of the controversial anti-cheat software, the creators of Bloodborne have opted for Arxan and Easy Anti-Cheat to protect the game and its users.

You don't have to be concerned about the impact that two different DRMs could have on your computer's performance when playing Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon as long as you meet the game's system requirements on PC. Of course, those playing on PlayStation and Xbox consoles don't even need to consider upgrading their hardware to play the game.

If you are willing to immerse in a futuristic world where corporations fight for the control of an invaluable resource with the help of powerful giant robots, use our comparator to get an Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon code ahead of the release on August 24.