Ace Combat 7 has taken dog fighting games to a whole new level. With excellent fights, immersive weather effects and a long list of fighter jets, Ace Combat 7 is gearing up to become a leader in its class.
There is plenty to do in the game, including buying and upgrading an entire fleet of fighter jets. We will do our best to give you an overview of all the aircraft currently available. You can find new planes while you play, but these are available for purchase on Aircraft Tree games.
I would like to say a big thank you to the Ace Combat Wiki for helping me with the images in this article. They are hard to find.
F-4E Phantom II
I hope you have the opportunity to pre-order Ace Combat 7. If you have already done so, you will then have this beautiful aircraft free at the start of the campaign.
I will not spoil the campaign for you, but the F-104 – it's the first plane you see in the game. Although it looks good, it has not been Arms at the moment. Play the game.
This plan can only be used in free flight mode, not for the campaign.
It's the fighter with whom you start the game. To be honest, it's more of a norm. So I will stop writing about it.
The F14-D Tomcat is a plane with a really cool look. Used as a game launched by an aircraft carrier in Ace Combat 7, it has a high top speed and good air-to-air skills thanks to its air-to-ground skills is a bit weak.
Nicknamed "Viper Zero", the F-2A is a versatile fighter. It's not great at all but it's ok in most things while being a little faster than most. It's also an air-to-ground jet slightly better than some.
The Mirage is an early buy in the game and, as such, is low enough for all its stats. This is an improvement over the original plan, but only incremental.
The MiG-29A is one of the first planes you can buy in the game. Although fast and agile, it is not very efficient, like bombing or defending itself. You will need to update a lot to make it work well.
The A-10C is one of the most beautiful planes in the game. Nicknamed the "Thunderbolt", the A-10C is an air-to-ground bomber of incredible power.
Of course, that means the drawers are absolutely airy, but still, it looks cool.
The Su-33 is a fast fighter plane with a lot more mobility than the others. You will need a good amount of coins to take one, but it might be worth it.
Known as Foxhound, the MiG-31 is a long-range fighter with excellent air-to-air combat skills. You can also upgrade your long range weapon to increase these abilities.
Little is known about the Gripen, but only that it is a light fighter jet with an "advanced avionics". Until we know more, all we can say is that it's a fighter that costs a lot of change.
The F-15J is a cut above the rest. Despite his poor air-to-ground skills, he excels in almost every other task of a fighter plane. When you have the means, your plane will live up to your expectations.
Like the F-15J, the C is a great aircraft capable of excellent feats. Just do not try anything on the ground, it is not very good.
Despite its high cost, the F-15E is 680,000 credits, the F-15E is a fantastic aircraft. It's my favorite and once you've upgraded it completely, it's a force to be reckoned with.
The delta-winged typhoon is a good fighter in all areas. Nothing really stands out, but nothing presents a significant deficit either. It's a pretty beige spray really.
The Rafale is virtually identical in all its Typhoon stats above. The only difference is the shape of the plane, and I like it better than the Delta wing.
The SU-30M2 is a mystery to me, I have not managed to see it in action. All we know for the moment is that his nickname is "Flanker". Maybe he likes flank steak? Who knows?
The Su-34 is a powerfully armored but fast fighter. I am a big fan of the look of this jet as well as its ability to take a shot. It is a tank in the air.
Named the "Terminator", the Su-37 has real laser beams. It's a jet with LASER BEAMS! You must like that.
The "Flanker E" features an excellent long range air-to-ship missile upgrade that makes it a heck for boats in the ocean. Moreover, he is camouflaged so that nobody can see him. Kind of.
The Su-47 Berkut is a plane looking really strange. The wings are the wrong way! Ok, I know it's a video game, but still.
We know almost nothing about this plane, we do not even have an image. So, please, if you have any information, please let us know and we will keep you informed.
The F-35C is one of the fighters closest to the game and, although it is slower than most jet aircraft, its maneuverability is the second to know. This is the jet if you like to play aerobatics.
Known as "Black Widow II," the YF-23 is one of the best fighters in the game. It costs a pretty penny, but it's worth it, believe me.
The F-22A "raptor" is the last fighter you can buy in the game. It costs 920,000 credits and its stats are irrelevant compared to any other fighter. That's the purpose of people.
It's such a beautiful plane. I mean, look at him! it's all stealthy and brilliant. Oh, and it's great at everything but more importantly, it looks good.
We are there. Here is the complete list of all the planes you can play in Ace Combat 7 and, while most planes are pretty much the same, some, like the Black Widow II, are distinguished by huge fighter jets.
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