Ready to take to the skies again – the Unknown Skies in Ace Combat 7? You may even get the chance to take in an Unexpected Visitor in the process.
Available to download into Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown right now is the Unexpected Visitor DLC, which provides access to a new mission of the same name.
The fourth piece of downloadable content for Ace Combat 7, Unexpected Visitor sees you attempting to secure air superiority and to be able to protect an assault-and capture task force. Running around a giant Erusean sub that has popped up at Artiglio Port, this latest mission for Ace Combat 7 players will once more give opportunity for you to don your pilot’s gear and to head to the skies, flicking and flopping in order to take down all foes.
A price of just £3.99 makes this latest Ace Combat 7 DLC a hugely appealing content proposition and should you already have the brilliant base game in place then will no doubt fancy a crack here. Just pop on over to the usual digital stores and grab the Unexpected Visitor content right now. The Xbox Store is our preferred port of call.
If this one doesn’t tickle your fancy then there are also other free and paid DLC options available. Let us know what you grab.
The 4th add-on included in the season pass for ACE COMBAT™ 7: SKIES UNKNOWN. This add-on allows you to play the new mission “Unexpected Visitor.” SP MISSION 01: Unexpected Visitor A giant Erusean submarine has been discovered in harbor at Artiglio Port. This submarine launched four years ago, but went missing during a sea trial. It was found two years later at the bottom of the ocean. Much of its crew survived and were rescued. According to David North, an analyst from the Osean Intelligence Agency’s Advanced Weapons Analysis Division, this submarine is a super-sized nuclear submarine measuring 495 meters in length and powered by two liquid metal cooled reactors. Dubbed the “Alicorn,” it is capable of staging aircraft operations on the scale of a carrier. The objective of this operation is to capture the Alicorn. To do so, the Osean Navy has dispatched a fleet complete with a landing ship. “Our mission is to secure air superiority and protect this assault-and-capture task force.”