Six Days in Fallujah, the controversial shooter title by Highware Games, has been delayed until Q4 2022. Previously targeting a "2021" launch window, publishers Victura confirmed that's no longer happening.
Confirmation of the game's delay was released in an official blogpost. Peter Tamte, CEO of Victura, stated:
“It became clear that recreating these true stories at a high quality was going to require more people, capital, and time than we had. Doubling our team is just one of many things we’re doing to make sure Six Days in Fallujah brings new kinds of tactical and emotional depth to military shooters.”
Six Days In Fallujah Will Be Delayed To Q4 2022
Since its re-emergence last February, Six Days in Fallujah reignited controversy. Previously published by Konami, the game first appeared back in 2010 but was soon dropped. Based around the Second Battle of Fallujah, one of the Iraq War's deadliest operations, a Konami spokesperson at that time mentioned:
"After seeing the reaction to the video game in the United States and hearing opinions sent through phone calls and email, we decided several days ago not to sell it."
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