Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Looks Fantastic in New 1080p Screenshots Showing Jet Fighters and More

As the game becomes multiplatform, Bandai Namco showcases Ace Combat 7's gorgeous graphics and powerful jet fighters in new screenshots.

on January 26, 2017 10:42 AM

Following the announcement of the now-confirmed multiplatform nature of Ace Combat 7, that also earns itself the “Skies Unknown” subtitle, Bandai Namco sent in a press release including some really spiffy screenshots.

We get to see some of the game’s beautifully modeled fighter jets, including an F-18,an F-22, and more,┬ádetailed environments, and a look at the game’s cutscenes that promise an exciting story close to what fans remember with the older chapters of the series before the Assault Horizon disaster.

Many of the planes we see are decorated with the roundels of Osea and Erusea, once more showing us the joyous fact that the game is going back to the fictional wold of Strangereal, abandoning the drab and boring real world.

You can enjoy the gallery below, for a look at the best jet fighter porn you’ll see today.

If you want to see more of Ace Combat 7, you can check out the multiplatform announcement and the newest, epic trailer. You can also watch some spiffy PlayStation VR gameplay directly from Taipei Game Show, and read our interview with Producer Kazutoki Kono, giving us the lowdown about what the game will entail, and promising a story that fans of Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies and Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War will love..

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown will be released for PS4, Xbox One and PC this year.

 

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