The best tips and tricks to master Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown.
Bandai Namco Studios’s Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is out now and as expected it has turned out to be a fantastic experience, both for newcomers as well as long time fans. However, if you are struggling with this game then there is no need to worry. In this article we are going to outline five of the best tips and tricks that will help you dominate the skies. So, let’s get started!
Know The Different Aircraft Types: Ace Combat 7 divides the various in-game aircrafts into three different types: Attacker, Fighter and Multirole. Attackers are medium paced that are idle for air to ground combat. Fighters are fast paced aircrafts and are idle for air operations. Multirole, as the name suggests, are balanced aircrafts and fall somewhere between the Attacker and Fighter types.
Know Your Aircraft Parts: Ace Combat 7 allows you to upgrade your aircrafts, and you can do this by getting hold of aircraft parts. These aircraft parts can increase speed, missile power, missile ammunition, defence, and much more.
Handling: There are two types of handling in the game, Expert and Standard, and both of them related to the controller’s left stick. As the name suggests, Standard handling allows players to simply use the left stick to turn your plane in either left or right direction. Expert mode tweaks a few things. Players will still be able to use left stick but instead of simply moving towards a particular direction, the plane will make slight rolls, forcing you to use other parameters of your aircraft to accordingly direct the plane.
Clouds: The clouds in Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown are dynamic by nature. Other than the obvious weather effects they bring to the game, they can be used to cover your aircaft from enemies. You may not use the cover for too long but if you need a few seconds of relief, clouds are your best friends.
High G-Turn: Talk about high risk, big pay moves. Players can perform a G-Turn by holding down both triggers and then tilting the left stick to whatever direction they want to turn in. This is a perfect for dogfighting but for other cases, it will drastically reduce your speed and the aircraft may crash.