A.C.E.S. Leagues support, mobile friendly website updates, the AC7 Three Strikes Screenshot Contest, Ikaros and more!
Adjustments for Mobile Devices
It is common knowledge that websites are more often access through mobile devices than computers these days, due to the accessibility and convenience of mobile devices. The first wave of new updates on Project: Lighthouse focus on the front page. The next set of updates will focus on events, translation and the downloads pages.
New Staff Recruitment
On February 20th, 2019, Project: Lighthouse will begin formally looking for new members of our team that creates content for the website. Details on the types of skills we are looking for and an application form will be available on the 20th. As we gather more staff that focus on content creation, we want to increase the variety and quantity of content offered on our website. We look forward to reading the applications we recieve and to answer any questions that arise at that time.
A.C.E.S. Leagues Support
UPDATE: Support for A.CE.S. Leagues has been formally halted as of March 2nd, 2019. Information on this decision is available in this update. The original post about support provided by Project: Lighthouse is still available below:
The newest addition to the Ace Combat online community is Ace Combat ESports Leagues (A.C.E.S. Leagues). The primary focus of this organization is to provide an all-inclusive, community driven platform for competitive game play. By reaching out to and including competitors, teams, organizers and communities which support Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown multiplayer, A.C.E.S. Leagues could be built into the ideal platform to elevate and grow the competitive spirit which is a part of Ace Combat's online identity. The end goal: finally bring Ace Combat to esports.
In support of A.C.E.S., existing Project: Lighthouse content such as the Hardpoint analysis series will be featured in their educational section, the Flight Academy. More articles about Ace Combat competitive game play and new Hardpoint articles are also being published in the near future.
Next week, an interview with A.C.E.S. Leagues will be conducted to hear directly from those that have developed the concept. To learn more about them, visit their website and understand where this organization is now being built in our article about the the Beginning of the 5th Generation of competitive Ace Combat.
The announcement and development blog for Project: Lighthouse.