Monday, February 11, 2019

Real-life fighter pilot shares thoughts on Ace Combat 7

Real-life fighter pilot shares thoughts on Ace Combat 7

Ace Combat 7: Skies is unknown on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 since January 18, but was released only on the computer last Friday. So far some decent reviews have been collected and carried by the respected TechSpot Metascore of 81.
To celebrate the launch of the computer, Bandai Namco gave a real fighter pilot, Pierre Henry Chuet game to get his feedback (below). To be clear, Ace Combat does not pretend to be a realistic flight simulator, but Chuet still seems impressed.

He felt that the cockpit at Dassault-Raval-M, the plane he had flown on the French Navy, was accurately pictured in Ace Combat 7.
He also liked the weather system. Raindrops can gather on the parachute, which allows you to play a game played by fighter pilots in real life called "skateboarding". Browsing through the cloud is when you fly near a cloud as you can. If you get too close, drops will appear on the glass and you will lose.
Ace Combat 7: Unknown Skies is now available for your computer on Steam. It looks good in a wise review and getting the endorsement from a real pilot was a smart marketing step by Bandai Namco.

I have not played Ace Combat since Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War. Now, I feel it's time to jump back into this cockpit.

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