The highly customizable mechs and sharable design features of Armored Core 6 are attracting a massive fan community, adding replayability and extending the game’s lifespan. A gamer has recreated the GameCube logo as an in-game emblem that can be downloaded and used as a starting point for creating a classic GameCube-inspired mech. Armored Core 6’s customization options have led to clever designs hitting the web, with fans creating mechs inspired by other games like Final Fantasy 7. The game’s positive reviews are partly due to its design features generating buzz.
An Armored Core 6 fan has recreated the GameCube logo as an in-game emblem that other players can download. As the latest hit for FromSoftware and Bandai Namco, Armored Core 6 is getting a ton of fan support through its highly customizable mechs and sharable design features.
While Armored Core 6 is already a big hit, the massive fan community sharing various designs across social media only serves to give the game even more replayability and potentially longer legs as the fall gaming season looks to begin. The latest FromSoftware title has been largely praised for its combat, but the customization and creation options open to Armored Core 6 fans have led to a number of clever designs hitting the web. For those looking to make a retro Nintendo-inspired mech, one gamer has created just the logo to kick things off.
Reddit user Museman7 recreated the GameCube logo in Armored Core 6 and has shared it with the community, so it can now be downloaded through the game’s Share ID feature. This isn’t a completely designed mech, but it can serve as a starting point for those looking to create a classic GameCube-style design. That said, this is the same in-game feature that players are using to share their creations is also being used by an Armored Core 6 fan who created a Cloud Strife mech inspired by PlayStation classic Final Fantasy 7.
For those looking to get their hands on this nostalgic Nintendo emblem, the Share ID is N4SU66R7BLAQ. This can perhaps serve as a starting point for a GameCube-inspired mech or maybe even a design featuring one of the console’s many iconic games like Super Smash Bros. Melee or The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Either way, the fact that this one minor aspect of the game is generating such buzz is indicative of why Armored Core 6 reviews were generally so positive.
Armored Core 6 encourages players to customize their mechs in order to complete the various missions within the game’s campaign. However, while changing out the weapons and layouts is crucial to completing the story, it is the design features that are causing many players to sink countless hours into the game. Between creating Voltron-inspired mechs, John Deere mechs, and even mechs that look like Homer Simpson, fans are really putting the game’s customization mechanics to work.
Armored Core 6 is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.