The B2-X Century Bomber is an Allied tactical bomber used during the first war. Built by Norwell-Hucks Corp., the B2-X is the embodiment of Allies' policy of managing contested airsapces. With a VTOL design, superior amenities and a high fuel capacity, the Century bomber is able to carry a large payload of high explosive bombs to rain on the enemy. The service on the Centuries is an honour, with many airmen vying for the job. It sports a highly sophisticated design, making use of many advanced systems and engineering advancements, notably jointed wings for optimal storage and brushed-aluminium outer hull to resist soot and rust. To protect Allied secrets, each Century Bomber is programmed to explode in case of crash landing.