According to an insider, the realistic shooter Six Days In Fallujah has been pushed back from its current release to 2023.
For the uninitiated, Six Days In Fallujah is based on the Second Battle of Fallujah, which took place during the Iraq War. The game was originally announced as early as 2009 and sparked controversy over its appropriateness as a form of entertainment and dramatization of the actions of the US military. Additionally, Peter Tamte, CEO of publishing house Victura, stated that Six Days In Fallujah is not intended to make a political statement about the war and will not include war crimes committed by American soldiers against Iraqi civilians and soldiers.
In a tweet, TheRealInsider stated that Highwire Games needs more time and resources than previously thought to ensure that Six Days In Fallujah is as polished as possible. Official news about the delay will appear before the end of the year, and since this is unconfirmed information, we will have to wait and see if Highwire Games and Victura make this announcement.