Originally expected for 2021 on PC and console Xbox e PlayStation, Six Days in Fallujah it will keep waiting for a long time. The publisher To conquer has in fact confirmed the postponement of the FPS set during the war in Iraq al Q4 2022, explaining the reasons behind this decision on their official website.
“It became clear that to best recreate these real stories would take far more people, resources and time than we had“, explains Peter Tamte, CEO of Victura, who continues: “Doubling down our team is just one of the many things we’re doing to make sure Six Days in Fallujah brings new tactical and emotional depths to military-grade shooters.“With a delay of almost a full year, now scheduled for the last months of 2022, developers can thus concentrate their efforts more on perfecting their work more and more.
Announced way back in 2009, the title was initially produced by Konami, who later abandoned the license. After years of limbo, the project was reborn in early 2021 thanks to Victura, however it did not fail to unleash new disputes about the nature of its content, exactly as it did at the time of its original announcement over 12 years ago. Six Days in Fallujah was accused of propaganda, but the controversy did not stop there: shortly after, in fact, the boycott of Six Days in Fallujah also started due to the delicate issues dealt with within the game, which is still waiting the time to debut on the market after more than a decade of waiting.