Ace Combat 04: Shattered SkiesEdit
In Ace Combat 04: Shattered Skies, the B-2A is an stealth bomber used by the Federal Erusian Air Force. In mission 8 ("Shattered Skies"), a ground of Spirits is dispatched to level the ISAF rocket launch facility in the Comona Islands in the second half of the mission. The bombers are able to disguise their radar signature, albet for limited periods of time before being forced to reveal their position again.
Ace Combat 5: The Unsung WarEdit
B-2A Spirits were used by the Yuktobanian Air Force to launch Cruise Missiles at the Mass Driver during there attack on Basset Space Center during their attempt to stop the SSTO Space Module from taking off from the mass driver to join with the Arkbird, the Spirits failed and were shot down and their cruise missiles destroyed.
Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan WarEdit
Ace Combat X2 : Joint AssaultEdit
Three B-2As appeared during the Valahia Crisis while it wanted to bomb San Francisco in Mission 21A "Reprisal" and got shot down by Antares 1. After destroying two B-2As, there is a ace pilot called "Vulcan" in F-35B Lightning II
Ace Combat: Assault HorizonEdit
In Ace Combat: Assault Horizon, the B-2A Spirit is used in the main campaign by NATO's Task Force 108. Alongside the B-1B Lancer, it is one of the two only bombers usable in mission 11, "Launch". Both aircraft have very similar statistics. Like the Lancer, it carries MUGBs and GPBs as its main weapons; however the B-2 carries less ammunition for either weapon, therefore it has maximum defense. The Spirit, like its counterpart, is completely defenseless outside flares against direct air attacks.
In multiplayer, the B-2A is a playable aircraft in Capital Conquest. Once the enemy HQ's health reaches a certain point, a particular player will be granted the chance to respawn piloting a Spirit, and must use it to engage in an ASM bombing run.
In most circumstances, B-2s will appear throughout missions to launch airstrikes on friendly ground targets. At this point, B-2s will use their stealth capabilities to hide their position on the player's radar, to compensate for their lack of self-defense, thus leading players to visually pin-point the bombers' position.
In other circumstances, B-2s will launch attacks from a distance, such as the cruise missile-launching Spirits in Ace Combat 5's White Bird (Part I)", which use their stealth to attack the mass driver while hiding in each corner of the map-- as well, these are able to distrupt your missile lock-on capabilities, thus making the machine gun the only way to safely destroy them (as well as culling the missile barrages in the process.) Furthermore, recent games have even given the B-2s self-defense capabilities; the Spirits in Ace Combat Xs "Ice Bound" attacking the Naiad are able to launch AAMs at the player,
Ace Combat: Assault Horizon features the first B-2 Spirit missions in the history of the series. Players will pilot a B-2 belonging to the USAF's Razor Squadron, where they will go out on night-time bombing raids. As evidenced by newly-released media (see below), playes will use Guided Penetration Bombs to attack ground resistance.
- The two B-2 aces in Ace Combat Zero's "The Talon of Ruin" (Felsen and Vulkan) are described in their Assault Records files as being "sent to escort the XB-0 Hresvelgr." It is surprising to see an Spirit on an air-to-air escort mission, due to the fact that Spirits can only carry ground attack ordnance. It is possible that they were being used to cover the XB-0 from SAMs or AA Guns. Another possibility is that two may have been used to draw attention away from the XB-0. A similar case is presented in another mission of the same game, Operation: Cannibal, (referred in game as The Inferno), where two regular (non-ace) B-2As are part of a Belkan stealth formation sent to destroy the Allied Forces B-52H Squadron destroying the city of Hoffnung.
- Each B-2 in service has a name starting with "Spirit" ex. the B-2 in Assault Horizon is the "Spirit of America" (it can be seen in on the B-2 skin 1 in custiom paint on the bomb bay area) The "Spirit of America" was actually the first B-2 to enter active service.