Ace Combat 7 Has Shipped Over 2.5 Million Copies Worldwide; Getting New Free Update Tomorrow

Today Bandai Namco announced a new sales milestone for the popular game Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, on top of a new update coming for free.

Ace Combat 7

Today Bandai Namco and Project Aces announced a new sales milestone for the popular air combat game Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, on top of a new update coming for free.

According to the announcement made via press release, the game has now passed 2.5 million shipments worldwide including digital and retail copies.

To celebrate, the developer released a new wallpaper that can be found here.

Yet, this is not all. we also get the reveal of the free 2nd Anniversary Update which will drop tomorrow, including plenty of skins and emblems.

Here’s a list, a trailer, and screenshots.

Skins: X-02S Glowing, F-22A Phoenix, F-4E Mobius, F-15E Garuda, ASF-X Ridgebacks, F-16C Crow, Su-37 Scarface, Typhoon UPEO, F-22A Gryphus & Su-37 UPEO.

Emblems: 25th Anniversary Nugget -Mobius 1-, 25th Anniversary Nugget -Yellow 13-, ACE COMBAT 7 2nd Anniversary, Shooter, Spooky, Falco, UNF, UNICS, Arrows (Low-Vis) & Falco.

Last, but not least, brand director Kazutoki Kono mentioned on Twitter that Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is now the best-selling game of the franchise.

If you’d like to know in detail why  Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is so good,  you can read my full review.

The game is currently available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.  Recently, we also got another update including more cosmetic content and more DLC aircraft.

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