F-22B "King Raptor" Jet Interceptor
USA F-22B King Raptor
The F-22B King Raptor, rare on the battlefield and known to be upgraded versions of the original Raptor
Faction United States Task Forces
Cost $1500
Build at Airfield
Requires Ace Air Force Sector
Detailed Information
American King Raptor Icon Place of Origin United States Flag of USA Small
Manufacturer Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Role Advanced Air Superiority Fighter

Heavy Anti-Ground
Heavy Anti-Aircraft

In Service Active
- AIM-9 Sidewinder Missile (x8)

- GBU-39 Bomb (x4, optional)
- Inspiring Camouflage USA Livery
- Sunburst Enhanced Countermeasures
- Point Defense Laser System

"King Raptor ready for take-off"
- King Raptor pilot -

To be added...

Related Aircraft

Being advanced than the F-22A Raptor Fighter, the F-22B King Raptor is somewhere advanced than its older brother and is known to be accessed only by high-ranking officials of the United States Air Force, but due to several losses of the Raptor fighter, Lockheed Martin have installed the King Raptor with several enhancements for evasion and defense with a PDL System along with better countermeasures, despite the King Raptor being an uncommon fighter during the Second Eurasian Conflict

Lockheed F-22A Raptor Jet Fighter

USA F-22A Raptor

An F-22 Raptor fighter, common fighters after the First Eurasian Conflict

America's jet fighter. It has many features that the plane currently boasts in the United States Task Force's armament such as Sidewider Missiles and GBU-39 Bombs, it also can achieve stealth upgrade along with countermeasures. These planes were replacing F-15 Eagles and even F-16 fighters during the courses of several wars. During these times, the F-22 Raptors have been utilising advanced technology which was better than the what older aircrafts possessed at that time.

The Raptor have been used during the War in Iraq and even during the USA's War on Terrorism, incorporating Stealth Technology and even a larger payload than the USA's older planes.

J-20 Black Eagle Stealth Fighter

Chinese J-20 Fighter Default

A J-20 Black Eagle Fighter in cloud black. One of various aircraft similar to the F-22 Raptor

Sleek and powerful whilst in a fight against enemy aircraft, the new J-20 Black Eagle was recently introduced into the Peoples Liberation Air Force as a fifth generation stealth fighter in 2017, equipped with a set of 4 Hellfire Missiles.

The Chinese versions of the planes were known to be facing off with the GLA's forces before the F-22B King Raptor was in service during the First Eurasian Conflict, however the J-20 fighters were not mostly common unlike the J-10 Annihilator during the conflict due to the GLA's attacks on China.

Sukhoi Su-57 Raycaster Stealth Fighter

Forth Reich Placeholder

A Forth Reich of Yuri Su-57 Raycaster fighter when during a mission in Ural Mountains

The Raycaster was first known as the Sukhoi PAK FA prototype by Russian Government Loyalists and even Splinter Groups before the Forth Reich formed, utilised the Su-57 Raycaster during the Kalini Crisis for dealing with enemy positions and even trying to clear out New Russia from the separatist groups.

But during Russia's demise which led the destruction of the country during the war. But when Yuri brought several groups and even Government Loyalists together, several forces which utilized these planes were rescued from destruction and restored for reserves by the Forth Reich for later on during the course of the Second Eurasian Conflict for dealing with enemy forces in the air.

Sightings of these planes are still unknown which is suspicious to several peacekeeper factions and even making China be on full alert.

Behind the Scenes

  • King Raptors are based on their original version from the original game, it will recieve the same upgrades such as optional bombs like the normal Raptor.
  • It is unknown if the Point Defense Laser will be present for the King Raptor, but it will possibly remain the same like in the original game.