Bandai Namco Launches a New Website to Prepare for Ace Combat 7

Before the folks at Bandai Namco bring Ace Combat 7 to Gamescom this year, the company has launched a new website for the game. You can check it out here, as the website had a special message in Japanese which we have the translated version for you below. Unfortunately, the website gives no info about the game itself beyond that, so all we really know is that its still set for a 2019 release.

Bandai Namco Launches a New Website to Prepare for Ace Combat 7
credit//Bandai Namco

After eleven years, the latest numbered game has finally appeared!

The Ace Combat series boasts more than 14 million shipments. The latest game Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is finally coming. Speaking of the Ace Combat series, the player becomes an ace pilot, with the refreshing feeling of flying freely in 360 degrees immersed in graphics recreating the real sky, while defeating the enemies with his judgment and skill. It's a series pioneering the flight shooting genre allowing to enjoy the pleasure of overcoming difficulties and a feeling of achievement.

"Project Aces," that has worked on the whole series, continues to be in charge of development of this game which is the latest of the series. With the theme of "Sky Innovation" they have depicted the most attractive game of the 20 year-long histories of the series with the vast clouds filling the sky in three dimensions and the skillfully depicted landscape.

In the "three-dimensional field of the sky," you can feel the sensation of speed and the clouds hitting the airframe, enjoying the feeling of actually reaching for the sky. Also, employing tactics inside and outside the clouds, above and below, you can enjoy exciting aerial battles with increased strategy.

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