New Ace Combat Joint Assault trailer takes to the skies...

by: Jeremy -
Namco Bandai has released a new trailer for their upcoming portable entry in the Ace Combat series. Ace Combat Joint Assault will hit the PlayStation Portable later this year. The new game will contain both single player and 4-player cooperative campaign
modes as well as competitive multiplayer for up to 8 players. Joint Strike will also mark the first time in the Ace Combat series where Namco Bandai will be utilizing real world locales for the game; previous installments have used fictional cities and states while the new game will allow gamers to take to the skies in places such as London, Tokyo, and San Francisco.

You can check out the trailer below and the press release after the jump:

War Is Upon Us! New Ace Combat™ Joint Assault Trailer Available for Download

NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. today released a new trailer for ACE COMBAT™ JOINT ASSAULT, coming soon to PSP® (PlayStation®Portable). Developed by Project Aces, ACE COMBAT JOINT ASSAULT features a sophisticated dogfighting system which forces players to strategize as missions dynamically change based on real-time decisions. Players will tackle squadrons of enemies in single player mode or CO-OP mode where up to four players can join in. Additionally, players will be able to blaze through war zones in state-of-the art aircraft as they engage bogeys over real-world locations including Tokyo, San Francisco, and London.

New to the Ace Combat series is the “Joint Assault System” which enables multiple players to tackle different maps simultaneously in CO-OP mode. Each player’s actions affect the tactical situation of the other, allowing for missions to evolve in multiple branches. Additionally, ACE COMBAT JOINT ASSAULT will enable players to compete for aerial dominance in VS battle with up to 8 players via Infrastructure. Players will also have the option of playing multiplayer over Ad hoc Party.

For more information on ACE COMBAT JOINT ASSAULT, please visit www.namcobandaigames.com.
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