Ace Combat X HD Texture Pack


Index

  1. Overview
  2. Mods
  3. Modding Guides
  4. Acknowledgements

Overview

These texture mods replace one or more of the default aircraft skins in Ace Combat 7.

To install, simply place the downloaded .pak file into ..\steamapps\common\ACE COMBAT 7\Game\Content\Paks\~mods


F-104C -Bare Metal-

This pack replaces the default Osean & Trigger skins with bare-metal liveries inspired by the Starfighters of the 1960's.

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F-2A -502-

This pack features liveries based on JASDF F-2A No. 63-8502 from the Air Development and Test Wing, as well as Flyuger from Ace Combat 6. Replaces Color 02 or 03.

There are three variants included in this download;

  • f2a-502-noemblems-cxx.pak - 502 Livery with no emblems
  • f2a-502-adtw-cxx.pak - F-2A No. 502 with JASDF Air Development Test and Wing emblems
  • f2a-flyuger-cxx.pak - Flyuger from Ace Combat 6, with Estovakian Air Force markings

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F-16C - Historic Windhover-

This mod is based on the F-16C - Historic Windhover- DLC from Ace Combat 6. It replaces Color 02 or 03, and includes options with and without emblems & roundels.

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Gripen E -Indigo-

This mod replaces Color 02 or 03 on the Gripen E with the Indigo livery from Ace Combat Zero. Includes options with and without emblems & roundels.

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F-14D -Mickey Scymon-

This mod replaces Color 3 on the Super Tomcat with Mickey's livery from Area 88

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Su-33 -Strigon-

This mod replaces Color 02 or 03 on the Sea Flanker with Strigon Team's livery from Area Combat 6. Includes options with and without emblems.

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Air Combat Phoenix Pack

These mods replace Color 02 or 03 on various aircraft, based on the Phoenix liveries from Air Combat.

Download Gripen E

Download Su-33

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Modding Guides

Texture Modding Guide

This guide covers extracting textures from AC7, loading and saving them in an image editor, and packing your mod for use in-game.

Blender Quick Start

This guide covers busing Blender to preview & edit your textures on 3D models, as well as ripping models using Ninjaripper.


Acknowledgements

Special thanks to @RythusOmega for his research on Ace Combat 7 modding, and for helping with technical hurdles. And to @DapperDapperDan for compiling his excellent guide.


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