Ace Combat 7 will support native 4K, 8K via resolution scaler and uncapped framerates

In an interview with NVIDIA, Ace Combat 7’s director Kazutoki Kono revealed some small details about the game’s PC version. According to Kazutoki, the PC version will support native 4K resolutions, will come with a resolution scaler that will enable 8K rendering, and will feature uncapped framerates.

Ace Combat 7 will be using Unreal Engine 4 and will allow players to experience dogfights through photorealistic visuals, including rendered cloud-filled skies in three-dimensional space.

The game will also feature new weapons and flight controls, allowing for a wider range of tactics, new futuristic superweapons and planes like the sturdy A-10C Thunderbolt II, as well as multipurpose fighter F-35C and high-performance aircraft Rafale M.

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is currently planned for a January 18th release on the PC.


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