Armored Core 6 Handler Walter hoodie
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Armored Core 6 Handler Walter Hoodie Will Appear in 5 Sizes

A new hoodie inspired by Handler Walter from Armored Core 6 will appear in Japan. Mamegyorai has opened pre-orders for a Frost hoodie based on the character under its TorchTorch brand. The item will be available at 13,200 yen (~$96.23).

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The hoodie will be available in five sizes: S, M, L, XL, and XXL—based on Japanese sizing standards. A side of the pocket will feature the English quote “621… I’ll give you a reason to exist.” The center of the hoodie will have Handler Walter’s emblem intentionally made with cracked ink to depict his personality.

The hoodie will also be available to ship internationally via Buyee. However, as of the reveal on December 20, 2023, it lists all five hoodie sizes as “sold out.”

Many other merchandise based on Armored Core VI have been revealed in recent months. Bandai Spirits revealed a Robot Spirits action figure of Ayre’s IB-07: Sol 664 at Tamashii Nation in November 2023. Kotobukiya, which has been re-releasing its legacy Armored Core model kits including Nineball Seraph, also confirmed plans to release new kits based on the series’ latest entry in 2024.

The Armored Core 6 hoodie will be available in February 2024. It is modeled after Handler Walter, a key character who guides the protagonist C4-621 in the video game. Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon is immediately available worldwide on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC.

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