How to Change Emblem Armored Core 6

If you don’t know how to change your emblem in Armored Core 6, you’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we are going to explain the whole system. It’s nothing too complicated; it’s just a matter of finding the right menu. And while we’re at it, we will also tell you how to change decals. Let’s get right into it!

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how to change emblem armored core 6
How to Change Emblem Armored Core 6

How to Change Emblem in Armored Core 6

To change your emblem in Armored Core 6 or AC6, you first need to go into the Garage. Once in there, hit Triangle or Y, depending on whether you’re using a PlayStation or Xbox controller. I’m not sure what the corresponding command is if you’re on mouse and keyboard, so do let me know in the comments. Point is, you want to display the License Menu. once you’re there, select Edit Emblem. You will have a whole bunch of presets to choose from, but you’ll also be able to make your own using the Image Editor. You can even import emblems made by other players via the AC Design menu. Mind you, the Image Editor only really lets you play with premade elements.

And there you go, that’s how you change the emblem in Armored Core 6. If you want to switch the decals you are using on your mech, the system is a little different. It also starts in the garage, but you have to instead go into the AC Design menu. From there, you can have a ton of fun choosing among various decals, adjusting their sizes and positions, and more. And, yes, you do have the option to place several decals onto one body part, if you choose to do so. And that’s basically it. If you need help with something else in the game, check out some our other guides, like Prisoner Rescue Battle Log Location, True Ending, AC6 Alea Iacta Est, and Multiplayer PvP Rooms.

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