The II. Konami canceled in 2009. The war game Six Days in Fallujah, about the Battle of Fallujah, was announced again. It is expected to be released this year.
Six Days in Fallujah, which has a first-person perspective, published by Victura and developed by Highwire Games, has been announced again.
The first-person war game, normally published by Konami and developed by Atomic Games, was announced in 2009. At the time, the game was criticized by anti-war and war veterans, and Konami eventually canceled the game. Now the project is getting ready to come out again with a new publisher and a new developer.
The game took place in Iraq in 2004. It is about the Battle of Fallujah. It was stated that the studio interviewed many soldiers in order to tell the events in the most realistic way.
Victura’s CEO “It’s hard to understand what the war really looks like because of fake people doing fake things in fake places. This generation has shown great courage and sacrifice in Iraq. Now we offer a new way to understand one of the greatest events of the century.” ” found in the description.
It should be noted that the game will focus more on the story of civilians. Therefore, we can think that the game will be a psychologically difficult game. The game will be released for consoles and PC later this year. It has not been disclosed which consoles are. You can find the video posted for the re-announcement below.