More than ten years after being announced, Six Days in Fallujah will finally see the light of day this year 2021, on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Konami canceled its development in 2009, but Victura and Highware Games they rescued the first person shooter set in the Iraq War.
Controversy has engulfed Six Days in Fallujah, which focuses on one of the bloodiest battles in this conflict. Initially, its editor confirmed that the title would have no political overtones, for weeks later to emphasize that it is impossible to separate the game from politics.
We still don’t know when Six Days in Fallujah will be released, but we do know new details of this war shooter. Victura shared the first title gameplay, which shows aspects of its gameplay, environments, statements from former military personnel and a great novelty in its development.
We share the Six Days in Fallujah gameplay, whose main objective is realistically recreate what war means. It will not be a corridor shooter, but we will have to go through the scenarios looking for a certain item, study our strategy well and command our platoon with head.
A great novelty of the title is that the maps will be procedural. What does this mean? Basically, that the scenarios will be generated randomly, so each game in Six Days in Fallujah will be very different. Buildings, soldiers, enemies and zones will change places, based on templates generated by the AI.
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What Victura has confirmed is that the game will not be a recruitment tool, and that it will not favor either side of the conflict. The title will feature interviews with ex-military personnel, civilians who lived this war and others people involved in the Iraq War, in addition to an extensive documentary about the topic.
At the moment, what we know is that Six Days in Fallujah will be released this year 2021, on PS4, Xbox One and PC. There are no plans to release native versions on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, at least for now. This realistic war shooter will land throughout this year.