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Ace Combat: Assault Horizon coming to PC early next year

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Ace Combat: Assault Horizon, Project Aces' modern renovation of the classic dogfighting franchise which hit consoles last October, is finally coming to PC during the first quarter of 2013, publisher Namco Bandai announced today.

On the company's official UK Twitter account, a Namco Bandai spokesperson confirmed that the title will launch on Windows PCs "for the first time ever at retailers and via digital download in Q1 2013." Specifics, such as price or if any additional features will be included in the extremely tardy release, have yet to be announced. We've reached out to Namco Bandai's North American representatives to make sure the game is coming to stateside PCs as well.

The game will also be released digitally on consoles in the coming weeks, arriving on the PlayStation Store Nov. 28 and Xbox Live Games on Demand Dec. 18. Again, no prices were given, but the title is currently available at retail for as cheap as $19.99.

Update: Namco Bandai has confirmed that the game is coming to North American PCs as well during the first quarter of next year as Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Enhanced Edition. The game, which will launch on Steam for $34.99, incorporates a number of skins and aircraft models released for the console versions of the game post-release.

The title will also launch as a download for PS3 and Xbox 360 for $19.99. PS3 users will have the option of picking up a bundle of the game and all of its DLC for $29.99.