The presentation will be much shorter than previously expected, and it also won’t showcase any new footage for the upcoming mech action game.
Army Corps Fans have been begging for FromSoftware to revive the mech action franchise for a long time, and recently, the developer confirmed that it will indeed be his next project. Shortly after his presentation, Army 6: Rubicon Fire it was also confirmed that it will get a big reveal at the upcoming Kill Game Show on February 3 – although it looks like it will be very different. notice from the previous one.
At first, it was said Armament 6 will receive an hour-long introduction to the event, and new information is also set to be revealed. However, as seen by @Okami13_ on Twitter, the incident website since then it has been updated, and it looks like the performance will only last 20 minutes.
On top of that, it seems that no new information will be shown or, there is not even a Q & A with the audience. The show will consist of a 20-minute pre-recorded interview with Yasuke Ogura, the game’s creator.
How long before we get an accurate presentation of the game, especially from FromSoftware and Bandai Namco have not shown any images of the game so far, it remains to be seen – although it is clear It will not happen in Tapei Game Show.
Army 6: Rubicon Fire is set to launch sometime this year for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Note: The description of the Armored Core has been changed. Say 20 minutes instead of 1 hour.
– Program includes a 20-minute interview with producer Ogura and does not include live videos or new information. 😔
— Okami Games (@Okami13_) January 24, 2023