Bandai Namco has frequently highlighted Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown on the PlayStation VR in a mode that’s completely separate from the campaign. There has been a lot of excitement to see how the latest addition in this long-running franchise presents its campaign mode. The publisher is finally providing us a glimpse at the Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown campaign today. It has released the first campaign gameplay footage from this game much to the delight of fans everywhere.

The Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown gameplay footage demonstrates the third mission in the campaign titled Two Pronged Strategy.

The game itself is set in the fictional world of Strangereal where a war has broken out between Osea and Erusea. Osea has been hurt badly after an attack by Erusea which has taken control of the Space Elevator.

Fortunately for Osea, it still has two aircraft carriers left. The first carrier is tasked with attacking Farbanti, the capital of Erusea while the other carrier is to launch missions in order to achieve air superiority over Chopinburg so that fresh squadrons can perform their missions with relative ease.

The gameplay footage suggests that it’s going to be a lot of fun tearing through the skies in this fictional world. I, for one, can’t wait for this game to arrive. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown will be released next year for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. This title was initially a PS4 exclusive but it will now be launched on the aforementioned platforms as well.




Microsoft announced its Xbox Game Pass service a couple of weeks back. It allows subscribers to pay a set fee per month and then download games from a library that includes some great titles. Microsoft previously said that it will expand the library to ensure that there’s always something new to play. The company has now confirmed that the Xbox Game Pass games list will receive “at least” 5 new titles every month.
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Spotify has a habit of providing us with the latest figures that show how it’s maintaining its lead in the music streaming arena. The company today announced that it has more than 140 million monthly active users in the markets where its service is available. Spotify said back in March that it had 50 million subscribers paying for its premium service, the latest figures now suggest that the free user base currently stands at over 90 million.
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If you purchased the G6 from LG or are planning on doing so, the company wants you to know that it’s got your back. LG today announced that it’s extending the G6’s warranty by one full year. The program is called LG G6 Second Year Promise and it’s free for all existing and future LG G6 customers. The company previously provided a one year warranty for the handset as is the norm with mobile devices.
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The iPhone may be one of the best selling handsets on the planet but sales have seen a decline over the past few quarters. Analysts are now predicting a return to form for Apple’s smartphone. They expect iPhone sales to return to growth in the ongoing June quarter which would be a slight increase compared to the same time a year ago.
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Microsoft unveiled the Xbox One X at E3 2017 earlier this week. It’s not only the most powerful Xbox that Microsoft has ever created. It’s also the most powerful console available on the market right now. Several games are taking advantage of the power that it offers by delivering specific enhancements to their games for the Xbox One. Bungie is not going to be doing that for Destiny 2.
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We can expect to see a lot of rumors and reports about the Galaxy Note 8 in the months to come as Samsung’s next flagship smartphone is one of the most highly anticipated devices of 2017. That’s partly because it’s the successor to the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung’s ill-fated flagship phablet that requires no introduction. The upcoming Galaxy Note handset has now been spotted on the HTML5Test’s database, the test mule was running Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
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Marissa Mayer held the top job at Yahoo for five years. She switched from Google to lead the company after working at Mountain View over more than 13 years. It was a big switch for the executive who would have undoubtedly had to stop using some Google services as she was now in competition with her previous employer. Mayer resigned from Yahoo on Tuesday after Verizon completed its acquisition of Yahoo’s internet business. Mayer has reportedly said she looks forward to using Gmail again post-Yahoo.
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Sphero has launched a new toy today as it continues its long-standing partnership with Disney that has brought us toys like the BB-8 and Lightning McQueen. However, the company’s latest toy is a bit different. It doesn’t more around like the droid or the racing car, the new Sphero Spider-Man toy has actually been described as a “storyteller.”
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After refreshing its brand in a significant way last year, Twitter has acted on the feedback it has received from users and introduced an entirely new look for the microblogging service today. The new look has been created with the idea of making Twitter feel lighter, faster, and easier to use. The new changes will be rolled out across Twitter on the web, Twitter for iOS and Android, Twitter Lite, and TweetDeck.
Read full post →Twitter Announces Major Redesign