In 2009, Atomic Games developed the shooter Six Days in Fallujah under the wing of Konami. Yet the project did not live to see release, and the publisher
What is known
The new version of Six Days in Fallujah is being made by the guys from Highwire Games, and the project will be published by Victura, which was founded in 2016 by Peter Tamte, the former CEO of Atomic Games.
Six Days in Fallujah is a first person shooter,telling about the storming of Fallujah by American troops. Moreover, the participants and eyewitnesses of the hostilities transmitted the story. According to the developers, players will find a real tactical shooter using a unique technology that simulates the uncertainty of urban combat.
Six Days in Fallujah is slated to release in 2021 for PC and consoles.
According to IGN, the first version of Six Days in Fallujahturned off for a reason. Atomic Games and Konami have faced criticism from veterans and anti-war groups. Some believed that the game would unjustifiably extol military action, while others, on the contrary, thought that the game would turn this event into an attraction.
As a result, Konami decided not to add fuel to the flaring up scandal, and dropped support for the project. Technically, Six Days in Fallujah was not canceled, but after the loss of the publisher, the game was still abandoned.
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