Ace Combat merchandise - smartphone cases

New Ace Combat Merchandise Includes Plamodels and Phone Cases

Bandai Namco and Project Aces revealed more new merchandise related to the Ace Combat series at Tokyo Game Show 2022. Project Aces’ Twitter account revealed new smartphone cases for select iPhone and Samsung Galaxy models that are available via Amazon Merch on Demand.

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The merchandise post shows five different phone case designs. The lineup consists of the Erusea Air Force, the International Space Elevator, Ace Combat Zero‘s Galm Squadron, Ace Combat 04‘s Independent State Allied Forces, and the X-02S Strike Wyvern.

All of them are available separately with the same price tag of $24.99. Project Aces also provided links to its pages on the U.S. and Japanese Amazon websites. However, Amazon restricted access exclusively to the two respective countries.

Bandai Namco also aired a special program dedicated to the series during Tokyo Game Show 2022. It revealed more items available exclusively in Japan’s Asobistore.

  • Patch Set (Yellow, Razgriz, and Sol Squadrons) – 5,000 yen
  • Backpack used in-universe by the Osean Sea Goblin team – 15,000 yen
  • CFA-44 Nosferatu plamodel (regular version with Ilya Pasternak’s custom color) – 5,940 yen
  • CFA-44 Nosferatu For Modelers Edition (plain colored version) – 4,840 yen
  • X-49 Night Raven plamodel – 6,600 yen

The latest Ace Combat title to date is Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, available worldwide on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Bandai Namco is currently working on a new series project with ILCA. The companies also set up a new studio named Bandai Namco Aces in July 2022. In the TGS 2022 stream, Kazutoki Kono stated that his team will prepare projects to celebrate the series’ 30th anniversary, which falls in 2025.


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