All Melee Weapons in Armored Core 6 (AC6)

Up close and personal.

a picture of an Armored Core

Armored Core 6 allows you to build whatever kind of mech your heart desires. Maybe you want to be light and fast, or sometimes it’s better to be a bulky, slow tank to soak up damage from a boss. Either way, you’re encouraged to experiment and try out new builds. Melee weapons make for a great up close and personal playstyle, so here are all of the melee weapons in AC6.

All Melee Weapons in AC6 listed

Below, you will find every melee weapon in Armored Core 6. They all have unique attack animations, damage types, and play styles, so be sure to test them out in battle. We also have a few guides for you on the more challenging melee weapons to obtain in AC6.

  • Pile Bunker PB-033M ASHMEAD
  • Chainsaw WB-0010 DOUBLE TROUBLE
  • Laser Dagger VP-67LD
  • Laser Blade Vvc-770LB
  • Laser Slicer Vvc-774LS
  • Laser Lance VE-67LLA
  • Plasma Thrower 44-143 HMMR
  • Pulse Blade HI-32: BU-TT/A
  • Light Wave Blade IA-C01W2: MOONLIGHT
Armored core melee weapons
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Incorporating melee attacks into your mech can seem daunting. Oftentimes, you’ll want to stay far away from bosses or other Armored Cores for fear of getting caught up in a devastating attack. Learning the wind-up and trajectory of your melee attacks is key to dishing out massive damage to your foes. Melee Attacks can build up the stagger meter incredibly fast or even deal a ton of damage to an already staggered enemy.

Related: AC6: Every Weapon in Armored Core 6

Using Weapon Bay to allow yourself a melee weapon on your shoulder instead of the traditional shoulder weapons is a great way to mix up your combos. Jump in with dual shotguns and switch to your melee weapons once you’re close. We’ve found this an effective measure against most bosses in the game.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about all of the melee weapons in Armored Core 6.

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