Ace Combat: Assault Horizon aircraft revealed

Tech-Out has a list of the more than 30 aircraft players will be able to fly in Ace Combat: Assault Horizon.

The game is scheduled for an Oct. 11 release for PlayStation 3 and XBox 360. The list, with links to information on each fighter, bomber, helicopter and the game’s lone gunship, are after the jump:

F-22 Raptor

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PAK FA


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F-35B

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F-117

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Fighters

F-22A Raptor (U.S. Air Force)

F-35B Lightning(U.S. Air Force)

F-15C Eagle (U.S. Air Force, also used by Japanese, Israeli and Saudi air forces.)

F-15E Strike Eagle (U.S. Air Force)

F-14D Super Tomcat (U.S. Navy (retired) Now in service with Iranian Air Force.)

F-16C Fighting Falcon (U.S. Air Force, other F-16C operators include Bahranian, Egyptian, Israeli, Pakistani, South Korean and Turkish air forces.)

F-16F Desert Falcon (United Arab Emirates Air Force)

F/A-18F Super Hornet (U.S. Navy)

A-10A Thunderbolt(U.S. Air Force)

F-117A Nighthawk (U.S. Air Force)

Eurofighter Typhoon (German, British, Italian, Spanish, Austrian and Saudi air forces.)

JAS 39 Gripen C (Swedish Air Force, also in use in Czech, Hungarian and South African air forces.)

RafaleM (French Navy)

Mirage2000-5 (French Air Force, also ordered by Qatari and Taiwanese air forces.)

F-2A (Japanese Air Force)

PAK-FA (Russian and Indian air forces.)

Su-47 Berkut (Russian Air Force)

Su-35 Flanker-E (Russian Air Force)

Su-33 Flanker-D (Russian Navy)

Su-24MP Fencer (Initially developed for Soviet, then Iraqi air forces. Current operators include Algerian, Iranian, Kazakh and Ukranian air forces.)

Su-34 Fullback (Russian Air Force)

Su-25TM Frogfoot (Russian Air Force, other operators include Belarusian, North Korean, Peruvian, Turkmen and Ukrainian air forces.)

MiG-21bis Fishbed (Developed for Soviet Air Force, recent operators include Bulgarian, Cambodian, Libyan, Syrian, Vietnamese and Yemeni air forces.)

MiG-29A Fulcrum (Developed for Soviet Air Force, current operators include the Russian as well as the Azeri, Indian, North Korean, Polish, Ukrainian and Uzbek air forces.

F-4E Phantom(Developed for U.S. Navy, recent operators included Greek. Iranian, South Korean and Turkish air forces.)

 

Helicopters:

AH-64D Apache Longbow (U.S. Army. Other operators include Dutch, Greek, Egyptian, Israeli and Saudi militaries.

Mi-24 Hind (Russian Air Force. Other operators include Brazilian, Cuban, Libyan, Hungarian and Sri Lankan militaries.

MH-60 Black Hawk (U.S. Army. Other operators include Australian, Colombian, Japanese and South Korean militaries.)

 

Bombers:

B-1B Lancer (U.S. Air Force)

B-2 Spirit (U.S. Air Force)

 

Gunship:

AC-130U Spooky (U.S. Air Force)