Ranked Matches Coming in the Latest ARMORED CORE VI Update

ARMORED CORE VI FIRES OF RUBICON is heating things up with its latest patch, introducing competitive ranked matches and other exciting updates for players. The new 1.05 update launching December 19th brings key additions that will appeal to veteran mech fans and newcomers alike.

Enter the Arena with Ranked Matches

The major new feature in patch 1.05 is the addition of ranked online matches. Players can now test their skills in 1v1 or 3v3 battles to climb the leaderboards and prove they are the best Armored Core pilot.

Ranked matches take place in specialized arenas tailored for competitive play. Players fight to destroy their opponents or capture objectives while earning Nest Tech Points based on their performance. These points allow pilots to increase their ranked skill rating and unlock prestigious nameplates.

Show Off Your Style with Custom Nameplates

A screenshot of a screen with the new nameplates in ARMORED CORE VI.

Along with ranked play, patch 1.05 introduces customizable nameplates for the first time. Now players can select from a variety of backgrounds, frames, and emblem decals to design nameplates that show off their personal flair.

Nameplates appear alongside pilot and team names during online matches. They also prominently feature ranked skill rating for competitive credibility. Expect to see more elaborate nameplates as players climb the ranks and unlock new customization options.

Jump In and Soar Up the Ranks

With intense ranked battles and stylish new customization options, patch 1.05 is the perfect time to suit up and jump into the cockpit. ARMORED CORE VI FIRES OF RUBICON is currently available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.

Set in a world reshaped by the catastrophic substance called Coral, players take on the role of freelance mercenaries piloting powerful mechs known as Armored Cores. Master your Arsenal to take on dangerous missions and ruthless rivals in this exciting mechanized action game.

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