Six Days of Fallujah: The controversial Iraq war game postponed to 2022

Victura and Highwire Games announced that the controversial shooting game “Six Days of Fallujah” based on the real Fallujah battle that took place during the Iraq War has been postponed to 2022.

More specifically, the shooting game has been postponed to the fourth quarter of 2022 on the grounds that the team behind it needs more people to achieve the quality level that the studio is pursuing. It also requires more funds and time, so it is delayed.

“It’s clear that reproducing these true stories with high quality will require more manpower, money and time than we do,” said Peter Tamte, CEO of Victura Delayed announcement“Double our team is just one of many things we are doing to ensure that Six Days of Fallujah brings new tactics and emotional depth to military shooters.”

As early as 2009, Atomic Games tried to release a game during the Battle of Fallujah. However, the project was criticized for the developer’s decision to release the game with the CIA, and many people referred to it as propaganda. Eventually, the Atomic Games project was re-exposed in February, and there was news that Victura and Highwire Games were developing games centered on Fallujah.

In announcing the news, the studio stated that the team spent more than three years building unique technologies to completely reform the game and its mechanics. It also revealed that it wanted to go beyond simply showing another shooter, but to show the reality of war and its consequences. However, the method of re-revelation is roughly the same as the way the game was tried for the first time.

Only time will tell us what the final product is, but now we know that it will not arrive until at least the fourth quarter of next year.

While waiting, check Game informant The original report revealed in 2009, and then read about Fallujah after the six-day revival.