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Ace Combat 7 reveals new mission gameplay

Ace Combat 7

Bandai Nsmco has released two new gameplay videos showcasing some gameplay from the singleplayer portion of Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown.

If you’ve watched the footage from Gamescom 2018, you’ve seen some of the first mission, which is technically mission six “Long Day”, before. During this mission, the penal squadron is sent on a dangerous missions as ground-attack support for another military operation. The pilots are straight up told they’re expendable, and that they’re to fight until they run out of ammo. It’s a pretty complex mission that includes both aerial and ground-based attacks. Seems pretty fun.

The second video shows the mission “First Contact” which has Spare Squadron chasing after a friendly squadron that’s trapped inside enemy territory after a recon mission. You need to go in and get them out, and this one’s going to be tough. There’s an awful lot more dogfighting in this mission too, although there’s plenty of ground-attacks on AA and RADAR installations. Players will also have to contend with hazardous weather conditions.

You can check out the two videos showing off high-flying action down below. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 18, 2019, and for PC on February 1.

If you’re interested in learning about the game, check in on the new planes and weather systems in Ace Combat 7, or maybe you want to take a peek at the story. There’s also another snippet from Gamescom in the form of shorter gameplay trailer. There’s also a cool Collector’s Edition with some really awesome additional goodies.

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