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Nov 30, 2016 07:00 AM EST

‘Ace Combat 7’ To Introduce PlayStation VR Demo At The 2016 PlayStation Experience

"Ace Combat 7," one of the most anticipated VR titles will be playable in the PlayStation Experience. Although the demo was announced last year at the PlayStation Experience Event, "Ace Combat 7" will participate in the event this year as per confirmation by Producer Kazutoki Kono, according to a DualShockers report.

"Ace Combat 7" is an action combat flight simulator exclusively created for PlayStation 4 with the support of the PlayStation VR is confirmed to be showcased at the PSX 2016. It is published by Bandai Namco and developed by Project Aces.  

Following the recent confirmation of the game's producer, "Ace Combat" also made an announcement posted in their official Twitter page saying that they had officially decided to exhibit the game at the PlayStation Experience 2016 and that this will be the very first introduction for everyone. At the event, gamers will see the special VR demo created by the Project Aces, Siliconera reported.

The Twitter post also shared a small teaser image which could get everyone more excited for the upcoming release of the game.

The PlayStation Experience event will officially start on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 10:00 a.m. PT, which will take place at Anaheim, California. The event will be open until Dec. 4 and will be participated by over 60 developers and publishers which includes Bandai Namco, according to PlayStationLifeStyle.

To "Ace Combat" gamers who can't wait to experience the game first hand, make sure to buy the tickets for the event. However, please note that the VR version is not for everyone. Flight simulator games like the "Ace Combat 7" is not for gamers who have motion sickness and weak stomach.

However, people who are fan of the film "Top Gun" may find the game "Ace Combat 7" as a perfect match to the PlayStation VR.

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