Today publisher Victura and developer Highwire Games announced that the first-person tactical military shooter Six Days in Fallujah will soon be in the hands of players.
The game will release on Steam early access on June 22, 2023, priced at $39.99. The full release of the game is planned for 2024 for both PC and consoles.
At early access launch, the game will include four co-op four-player missions focusing on replayability thanks to their procedurally-generated maps. The early access version of the game will focus initially on the first day of the battle seen through the eyes of US Marines. As development progress, players will be given the chance to play as special operations or Iraqi soldiers fighting alongside coalition forces, on top of encountering civilians as the battle progresses.
Additional cooperative missions and story campaign missions focusing on stories from the Second Battle of Fallujah from the perspective of both coalition forces and Iraqi civilians are also planned. More elements coming during the early access are more maps, times of day, weather, equipment, and missions, on top of "proficient AI teammates that follow your orders."
The game was announced a long time ago, under the umbrella of publisher Konami. It was then canceled and revived in 2021. The winding road to the players' screens is finally close to its end.
Below you can check out a new trailer and see what the game looks like.