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‘Ace Combat Infinity’ Festival Sale Ends December 2

 

For PlayStation 3 gamers yearning to save a bit of cash with their in-game purchases, the free to play title Ace Combat Infinity is holding its “Infinity Festival” sale through December 2.

The sale enables players to purchase the such in-game items as the Ace Combat Infinity Rookie set for $0.99 (its regularly priced at $1.99). If you want to purchase the Unlimited Campaign Play Tickets, you’ll shell out just $14.99 (regular price: $19.99).

Running until December 1, the “Defeat the Butterfly Master” online co-op missions ranking event has gamers competing to earn the most points from their missions. Winners of the event receive a “Butterfly Master” limited emblem and an “MiG-21bis-Sagittarius” limited special aircraft.

For more info the free to play combat flight simulator, go to Ace Combat Infinity official site: http://www.acecombat-infinity.com/.

Bandai Namco Games America
Bandai Namco Games America

Bandai Namco Games America
Bandai Namco Games America

 

 

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