PS4 Exclusive Ace Combat 7 Gets First Awesome 4K Screenshots and Information

on December 5, 2015 3:05 PM

After the debut trailer showcased at PlayStation Experience’s keynote, which we actually found out a few days ago, Bandai Namco released the first awesome screenshots of Ace Combat 7, that will be released exclusively for PS4 and PlayStation VR.

We also get an official fact sheet with some information.

ACE COMBAT 7 will astound players with beautifully rendered skies and highly detailed cityscapes but also set the stage for the most engaging aerial battles in the franchise’s storied 20 year history accompanied with an immersive soundtrack. ACE COMBAT 7 will take the elements that the series is known for to a whole new level! Aces who have proven their combat prowess in ACE COMBAT 7’s campaign mode can take their dogfighting skills further with furious online multiplayer battles.

PlayStation®4 players will also be able to get immersed in ACE COMBAT 7’s realism through exclusive features developed specifically for PlayStation®VR.

VP of Marketing and Digital at Bandai Namco Europe Hervé Hoerdt also accompanied the press release with a statement:

“It’s no small feat for any video game franchise to thrive over two decades; ACE COMBAT’s legacy lies in its tremendous quality and deep storytelling. With ACE COMBAT 7, we are planning on dominating the skies once again and delivering an unparalleled experience thanks to the PlayStation®4 technologies and to our team experience with their know-how!”

Interestingly, the screenshots are uprezzed in 4K resolution, and they look absolutely stunning.

 /  Executive News Editor
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