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HORI Ace Combat 7 HOTAS für PS4/PS3/PC (PS4//)

Platform : Windows 7, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3
3.6 out of 5 stars 24 ratings

Price: $309.00
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Ships from and sold by Belominas USA.
  • Full HOTAS (Hands On Throttle And Stick)
  • Joystick and throttle are modelled after real airplane controls
  • Full immersion through TouchSense haptic vibration
  • Adjustable sensitivity
  • "Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown" - logo and branding
  • 3.5mm headset jack
  • Officially licensed by Bandai Namco and Sony

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Get into the cockpit and take control with the HORI Ace Combat 7 HOTAS! Designed for realism and immersion, the HOTAS features realistic stick and throttle, complete with TouchSense vibration technology for haptic feedback to all manoeuvres. To allow for a individually-tailored experience, the sensibility of both stick and throttle is adjustable in multiple levels and a hand-rest extension allows to for a firm grip. The officially Bandai Namco, Sony licensed and Ace Combat 7 branded HOTAS allows for a fully immersive flying experience and is thus perfectly suited for VR play as well. The inclusion of a 3.5mm headset jack furthermore allows you to effectively coordinate with your squadron! Get the HORI Edge.

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Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2019
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Frank Bitterhof
4.0 out of 5 stars Much better than its AC 6 predecessor, quite an improvement. HORI up with delivery!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 25, 2019
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4.0 out of 5 stars Much better than its AC 6 predecessor, quite an improvement. HORI up with delivery!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 25, 2019
I finally received my HORI “Hands On Throttle And Stick” flightstick for my PS 4 and especially Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. Flightstick set doesn’t include the 6 page instruction manual, the inner flaps of the box advise you to get it online and to set the joystick pad’s front switch to PS 3 (if you aren’t using the PS4).

Compared to HORI’s old light gray-green ugly “Ace Edge” edition flightstick for Xbox 360’s AC 6 (the same first gen flightstick looked much better in black as the model “2” for the PS2 or the model “EX” for the Xbox 360), it now features the same improved design as the HORI flightsticks released in 2012 for the PS3 (“3”) and the Xbox 360 (“EX2”) which thankfully featured a more realistic joystick (which is an amalgam of real life jet fighter joysticks).

Compared to the first gen HORI Ace Combat flightsticks, the pads haven gotten thinner in width but longer in depth (and lost weight: 25% throttle pad but only 15% for the joystick one). Both pads are 158.5 mm wide and 228.5 mm deep. Throttle pad is 48 mm tall at the front and 42 mm at the pilot’s side, joystick pad is 61 mm tall at the front and 42 mm and 30 mm at the pilot’s side (it’s strange that HORI Japan published different measurements on their product page, especially since it’s the basic model used since 2012!). The RJ connector of the throttle pad’s cable (approx. 1 m / 3 ft. long) plugs into the joystick pad, whose USB cable connecting to the PS4 is 3m / 10 ft. long, but I used a USB extension cable to connect that to the PS4 because I still sit further away (projection screen).

Some assembly is required, as you have to turn in the suction cups at the base of each pad (no screw threads, HORI please consider these for future flightsticks), so the surface these stick upon has to be plain and slick. Tinkerers might be able to use the suction cups’ holes for a fixed installation. And for the joystick you can add a rubber handrest extender which I found helpful. EDIT: A user at acecombatskies recommends self adhesive velcro tape which will probably be the easiest solution for many to fix the pads to a surface.

Regarding the PS4 button layout for the flightstick's control buttons, please check out the overview at or at (better clarity) or download the instruction manual.

Having gotten used to HORI’s older flight stick “EX” for AC 6 I’m happy to report that handling of the new combo was equally good, I didn’t spot a difference worth writing home about. IMHO that’s the way an Ace Combat game should be played (and I for one find myself unable to return to the DualShock controller), and the new countermeasures button to dispense flares (combining L3 + R3) is a dream, I only wished I’d be able to carry more flares during missions.

Just one thing that still needs a fix and should have been available from the start: Plugging the HORI flightstick combo's USB cable into my PS4, the AC 7 menu acknowledged it found a "flightstick" but erroneously and exclusively interpreted my HORI AC7 flightstick to be the THRUSTMASTER "T.Flight HOTAS 4"! Apparently there is no software patch, yet, for the PS4 to identify the HORI flightstick and to provide their exact in-game functions (although they follow the functions for the dualshock controller) AND options when changing the setting of the "throttle / rudder toggle switch".

The latter one is quite problematic. According to the official HORI instruction manual you are supposed to choose throttle switch Setting 1 when you want to use the throttle for acceleration and deceleration of your jet fighter, but in my (particular?) case that only did work in Setting 2. As a nice side effect the "High-G Turn" function is now delivered by the L1+R1 button below the joystick trigger and Autopilot is available by holding the L2+R2 button on the throttle lever (playing the DLC Version of Ace Combat 5, however, required Setting 1).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for VR (has vibration Feedback)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 31, 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Total Gimmick . Cheap cash-in.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 26, 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Avoid...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 28, 2019
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Sabir Ahmed
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely amazing!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 5, 2019
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