Originally planned for 2021, Six days in Fallujah was finally launched – in mode ‘Early Access’ – on the PC, given the expected final release in 2023, also on the latest and penultimate generation consoles. The tactical shooter developed by hardware games tells a sensitive and controversial topic, viz six days of the Battle of Fallujah.
The game was positively received in terms of sales and even landed at the top of the Steam rankings, but was also heavily criticized by many players. One might think that the theme of Six Days in Fallujah is the reason, but user complaints focus on reality lack of content the current version of the FPS.
Six Days in Fallujah is making its debut on Steam Early Access
As stated on the official Steam page, Six Days in Fallujah “a tactical first-person shooter, developed with the help of over 100 Marines and Soldiers who fought in the second battle of Fallujah”. Initially, the production was entrusted konamihowever, in 2009, the Japanese publisher decided to cancel the project due to the controversy surrounding it. “Based on true stories by one of the toughest recent battles in the world. Six Days throws you and your team into real situations that can only be solved with real tactics..
Years later, criticism of Six Days in Fallujah lingers: as the insider put it Daniel Ahmad two years agodistributed from behind the reboot victory There would be people working with both the FBI and the CIA and that eventually the game would become a real propaganda tool whose story would do so “Killers Made Heroes”.
Debut day has finally arrived, at least for those content to play it in Early Access mode. At the time of writing, “Six Days in Fallujah” is boasting. an average rating “predominantly positive”, based on 1,457 ratings from Steam users. It was also able to record some successes in sales, as they say SteamDBSix Days in Fallujah at number two on the top seller charts.
In these hours, the players have expressed themselves particularly harsh criticism towards the Contents currently available. In fact, there is neither a single-player campaign nor an artificial intelligence that regulates the behavior of the allies. Let’s find instead just an online co-op mode for four players, where it is not possible to replace companions with AI-controlled bots.
Other points of criticism relate to the technical area. According to users, Six Days in Fallujah’s animations and control system would be disappointing and the UI would seem very dated for a 2023 video game. There is even that comparing the game to an alpha and those who criticize the price call it too high (38.99 on Steam) for so little content.
Keep in mind that the game is actually an exclusive in Early Access is this future updates will be free to download for all users who have already purchased the game. “We’re making Six Days available now in hopes of attracting an enthusiastic community of gamers interested in a true tactical shooter who will help shape Six Days for years to come.”write the developers on Steam.