After 11 years, Six days in Fallujah, The sniper who was inspired by Fallujah’s Second War is about to return PC and console In 2021. The project was revived due to the efforts of publisher Victor, who was created by the CEO of the original developer Atomic Games, and Studio Highwire Games, which handles the development. The game aims to restore the program that was canceled by Konami in 2009 and release it on common “consoles” and PCs by 2021. To announce the game, a Trailer Of the project.
The project was canceled because it sparked a media frenzy that prompted then-publisher Konami to drop the project. The game is, in fact, based on Fallujah’s Second Battle, also known as Operation Phantom FuryA bloody confrontation between US, British and new government coalition forces and Iraqi rebels as part of the Iraq war from November 7 to December 24, 2004.
A few years after the clash, a video game, and a first-person shooter, could not be believed to have been able to tell about such an event. 11 years later, Victura handed over to Jamie Griezmer, Jared Knoptil and Marty O’Donnell Players in the park, Revive the project and create “always a real tactical military sniper”.
To do this, hundreds of soldiers and civilians who lived in those dramatic days were asked in the study. Goal Re-create Make sure people can understand the events and complex and tumultuous events that led to the conflict.
Waiting for new information and details, the released trailer offers a new project. Six days in Fallujah will come on PCs and consoles in 2021.