Armored Core: Verdict Day announced for PS3, Xbox 360

More Armored Core headed your way in September.

Armored Core: Verdict Day is in development at FromSoftware, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 sequel will launch in Japan on September 26 for 6,800 yen.

New features include a reformed, Armored Core V-based match-making system with added components, and the ability to import your Armored Core V save data.

During territory conflicts, players will be able to choose which side they belong to. The outcome of the battle could lead to a change in the world’s balance.

The mag also has a screenshot of a Beehive with the following line: “This emblem is proof that this world does not have peace.”

A special edition of the game will include an Armored Core mecha figure, art book, and soundtrack CD set.

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