Ever since Bandai Namco gave us the opportunity to take to the skies once more, honing our inner ace pilot skills, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown has continually pushed the limits of what is possible. With multiple missions to enjoy, a huge range of aircraft to mess around with, and enough content to keep any potential pilot busy, it has certainly delivered the goods. Today though it’s time to head off on a new adventure, as the new mission – Ten Million Relief Plan – hits home.
Available to purchase and download into Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown right now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, the Ten Million Relief Plan mission arrives as the sixth add-on to the already bulging base game. Priced up at just £3.99, or available as part of the Season Pass, Ten Million Relief Plan will see you attempting to hunt down, and destroy the super-sub, the Alicorn.
How that plays out is anyone’s guess, but should any of the previous mission types that have arrived in the game be anything to go by, you can expect it to be a pretty wild time.
If you thought you were done with Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown then the introduction of this third single player mission is quite possibly one that will drag you back in again. With automagic providing Season Pass holders with access, and the usual digital stores letting everyone else enjoy the action, if you’re looking to hone your skills some more, then partaking is the obvious call.
Let us know in the comments below if you do decide to give it a shot. Surely that low asking price makes it a hugely tempting proposition?
The 6th add-on included in the season pass for ACE COMBAT™ 7: SKIES UNKNOWN. This add-on allows you to play the new mission “Ten Million Relief Plan.” SP MISSION 03: Ten Million Relief Plan In addition to its main guns, the super-submarine Alicorn turned out to have a 600-mm/128 caliber rail cannon with a barrel exceeding 70 meters in length. Additionally, the nuclear shell they obtained from the Erusean Army has a yield of one kiloton. They intend on dropping this mini nuke on the Osean capital of Oured, which would result in well over a million casualties. The analyst David North analyzed the Alicorn’s expected course and has come to the conclusion it would arrive at an ocean area known as PX80443, where the waters are shallow due to an undersea mountain range and nearby islands. The LRSSG is to head over with the Osean patrol and observation ships and stop the Alicorn. “Here’s a question, Alex. Can we stop Captain Matias Torres?”