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Latest revision as of 12:47, 10 September 2021

Armored Core 4
Developer(s) FromSoftware
Publisher(s) JP FromSoftware
NA Sega
EU 505 Games
Series Armored Core
Release date(s) JP December 21, 2006
NA March 20, 2007
EU June 22, 2007
Release type Console exclusive
Genre(s) Third-person shooter
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
GameID(s) BLUS30027 (IRD), BLES00039 (IRD), BLJM60012 (IRD)
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Armored Core 4 is a 2006 third-person shooter mecha video game developed by FromSoftware for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles. It is the twelfth entry in the Armored Core series. Armored Core 4 reboots the franchise with a new storyline and new mechanics.

The game is set in the future where a great war has left the nations of Earth devastated and their respective governments have been taken over by corporations. Conflicts begin to break out between the corporations, who use massive combat robots, Armored Cores, to fight each other. The player is a Lynx, a name given to pilots of highly advanced NEXT Armored Cores.

Armored Core 4 streamlines many of the features of previous entries while retaining its highly complex customization system. Players take on missions from various clients in return for credits, which they can spend on unlockable parts and weapons. In addition to system link and split-screen multiplayer, players can engage in online battles with 7 other players.

Configuration

Only options that deviate from the default configuration to ensure best performance are listed below. The full list of default options is available here.

GPU configuration

Setting Option Notes
Framelimit Auto Menus will be sped up without the framelimit capped at 60 FPS.
Write color buffers On Fixes graphical glitches on your AC.

Advanced configuration

Setting Option Notes
Read color buffers On Prevents the game from crashing while WCB is enabled.

Known Issues

The game may crash after Simulator battles. This issue is tracked as part of Issue 9395.

The intro movie will randomly hang, typically after replaying several times. This issue is tracked as part of Issue 9391.

The game may crash during the Mission "Marche Au Supplice". This issue is tracked as part of Issue 9387.

Even with WCB and RCB enabled, some textures on your AC may render incorrectly. This and several of the other issues are fixed by WIP PR 9107.

Special Notes

Increasing the Vblank Rate will increase the framelimit, although menus will be sped up over 60 FPS.

Patches

PPU-9f68cdccee3b1bdd1849b346a472775fab33c2db:
  Infinite Ammo:
    Games:
      "Armored Core 4":
        BLUS30027: [ 01.01 ]
    Author: Aphelion
    Notes:
    Patch Version: 1.0
    Patch:
      - [ be32, 0x00AA1C20, 0x60000000 ]