Six Days In Fallujah: It Isn’t An Army Recruitment Tool

The game, which is based on real events that happened in late 2004 around the Iraqi city, isn’t meant to inspire the players to join the Army of the United States.

We mentioned this game in detail yesterday. The original publisher of this game abandoned the project, which was announced by Atomic Games in 2009, but after the concept got backlash, Konami (the publisher which wasn’t named until now) ended up abandoning the game, leaving it out in the dark. The new publisher, Victura, wrote on the game’s FAQ page the following: „The U.S. government is not involved in making the game, nor are there any plans to use it for recruiting. The Marines, Soldiers, and Iraqi civilians who’ve helped us participated as private citizens, and the game is being financed independently.”

So Joe Biden’s government isn’t behind the financing of Six Days In Fallujah. The Q&A mentions something else we need to quote: „Multiple countries had forces in the city, not all of which have been acknowledged publicly. Additionally, the single-player campaign includes some high-intensity stealth missions in which you play as an un-armed Iraqi civilian.” Wait a minute, so will there be multiplayer in this game…?

„Working in partnership with frontline Marines and Soldiers who fought in the Battle for Fallujah, Victura and Highwire have spent more than three years building unique technologies and game mechanics that bring players closer to the uncertainty and tactics of modern combat than other video games have explored. Over 100 Marines, Soldiers, and Iraqi civilians who were present during the Second Battle for Fallujah have shared their personal stories, photographs, and video recordings with the development team. The game gives these stories voice through gameplay and first-person accounts captured in original documentary interview footage. Six Days in Fallujah aims to be the most authentic military shooter to date,” we wrote about the game yesterday regarding its credibility.

Six Days In Fallujah is going to launch this year on Steam and currently unnamed consoles.

Source: PSL

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