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ACE COMBAT 7 – Available Now

SINGAPORE – January 18, 2019 – BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Asia is pleased to announce the release of ACE COMBAT® 7: SKIES UNKNOWN today January 18, 2019 for PlayStation®4 and Xbox One – putting players in control of the most advanced war planes ever created.

Across the emotive Campaign Mode, players will dive into a world-wide conflict – with blurred lines between who is right and wrong – and experience sky battles bursting with graphical power.

In Multiplayer Mode, budding pilots can take to the skies in intense 8-player dogfights or Team Deathmatch mode. From cold, strategic aces to daring, genius pilots, each player will be able to customise their favourite aircraft with more than 100 different enhanced parts, in order to perfectly match their needs.

ACE COMBAT 7: SKIES UNKNOWN is scheduled for take-off on January 18, 2019 for the PlayStation® 4 and Xbox One, and on February 01, 2019 for PC via STEAM.

PlayStation 4 system players will be able to play a full campaign on the standard mode and an exclusive and dedicated experience with specific missions developed for the Sony PlayStation®VR.

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