Six Days In Fallujah, which Konami had to cancel years ago, will be officially released at the end of 2021. A shared gameplay video about the upcoming game reveals what Six Days In Fallujah will offer players. The game may be one of the most talked about productions of 2021.
Gamers had the opportunity to meet a game that Konami had planned to release years earlier. This play, “Six Days In Fallujah”, was about the war between the United States and Iraq, which was once one of the most preferred topics. However, this game, which was much discussed in those years, was cancelled due to heavy criticism. Although there have been some developments regarding this game in recent years, Six Days In Fallujah has never become a real production. But 2021 will be the year of Six Days In Fallujah.
One of the creators of the game was a software developer named Peter Tamte. In early 2021, Tamte founded his own gaming company and started work, reinvigorated the project, which was cancelled years ago. A gameplay video shared by IGN, one of the long-established news sources of the video game industry, reveals what the game we can meet at the end of 2021 can offer.
U.S. moves to “bring democracy” to Iraq and Afghanistan were the foundation of the video game industry in those years. In this context, the war games released were usually set in these locations, offering players an experience that was sometimes sad. Six Days In Fallujah, or 6 Days in Fallujah, will give us that experience. If you are tired of survival games, we can already say that the upcoming game will excite you.
The gameplay video shared by IGN offers some in-game sections. The video, which the game makers also explained, reveals that Six Days In Fallujah will be set entirely on the streets, and it will not be clear where or what will be encountered. Let’s also say that in some scenes of the production, which is a first-person shooter genre, you will face civilians, and with the action of the game, you will question yourself in those moments, “What am I doing?”