The age old everything is political argument is back up and going this time it’s 6 days in fallujah.
Six Days in Fallujah, the controversial shooter set during the Iraq War, is finally coming out, nearly 12 years after it was first announced. According to a news release from the game’s publisher, the tactical game will be based on true stories gathered from members of the military as well as Iraqi civilians who lived through the Second Battle of Fallujah in 2004.
Developing the title is Highwire Games, a company created by Jaime Griesemer, game designer for the Halo and Infamous franchises. He’s joined by Marty O’Donnell, audio director and composer on Halo and Destiny,as well as by Bungie’s former design director, character, vehicle, and weapon artists. The team also includes Jared Noftle, co-founder of Airtight Games (Murdered: Soul Suspect, Dark Void).
Victura, a company founded by former Bungie vice president Peter Tamte, will publish the game. Tamte was also involved in the original version of Six Days in Fallujah.