A normal teenage boy thrown into a brutal war for humanity’s survival. Thankfully his gamer skills aid him in becoming one of the best TSF pilot ever!
France proved they are capable of building a TSF of their own. A simplification of advance TSF technologies that result in an all-rounder 3rd-gen craft: the Rafale.
Europe’s most widely used 3rd generation Tactical Surface Fighters. The Typhoon’s high performance and unique weapon set sweep through the BETA on the frontline.
Unsatisfied with the Freedom Fighter that the U.S provided, the French manufacturer Dass-Ault knew they had to improve the unit for their people. And the Mirage 2000 was born.
The earnest wish to retake their homeland has led to the creation of the ultimate 3rd-gen Soviet TSF: the Su-47 Berkut – a machine that can get extremely up-close and personal.
Non-stop Advancement is the US motto. The Tactical Surface Fighter that trumps even the YF-22 Raptor but was forgotten: The YF-23 Black Widow II.
A war is won not by giant robots, but by the pilots operating them. The MiG-25 was a failure in terms of keeping pilot alive, so Mikoyam had to create a stronger, better TSF: the MiG-31 Plamya-Lisa.
After losing its position as Soviet’s main TSF manufacturer, Mikoyam had to do whatever it takes to recover. And in tandem with the MiG-25, the MiG-29 Lastochka was born.
A TSF that excels in close combat with incredible performance. Piloted by the infamous Scarlet Twin, the Su-37 Terminator roams the battlefield with deadly speed.
After many losses, Sufoni finally developed a mainline TSF that can stand head-to-toe with other 2nd-gens on the BETA frontline: the Su-27 Zhuravlik.
Fast and furious! The MiG-25 Spirt-Voz only carries one type of weapon to fulfill one mission only: Nuke the BETA!
After the MiG-23’s fiasco, Mikoyam Guluvich had to recover with a new TSF that can fix all the weak points of the MiG-23 as well as improve on all aspects: the MiG-27 Aligatori.
The first purely domestic TSF from the Soviet Union, boasting high close-combat ability with new innovative designs: the MiG-23 Cheburashka. Can it save the Soviet from the BETA threat?
Raging and Smashing through battlefields all around the world is the all-terrain, all-climate, multirole TSF and the pride of the U.S Marines: the F-18 Hornet.
The USSR is next inline after the BETA decimated the PRC’s Army. But they have obtained a shield from the U.S and forged their own to protect their land: the MiG-21 Balalaika.
Small but powerful, the F-16 Fighting Falcon from General Dynomics is an affordable but high-spec TSF that was adopted throughout many battlefields around the world.
When you mention the Jolly Rogers, you have to mention the iconic F-14 Tomcat. And it is the first 2nd-generation TSF in the Muv-Luv BETAverse.
The BETA war requires as many TSF as possible, but supply cannot meet demand. And so a new unit was created in mankind’s time of need: the Freedom Fighter!
A good TSF needs a good pilot to bring out its full potential. A 3rd-gen combat machine needs a 3rd-gen training machine, and so the Type-97 Fubuki was born
Standing at the frontline of the BETA war, Japan knows that only they can save themselves. In comes Japan’s first domestic TSF – as well as the first 3rd-Gen TSF – the Type-94 Shiranui