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After more than a decade in planning and development, the project Six Days in Fallujah It was reactivated and little by little details about this title begin to be revealed, which since its origin has been controversial, since it takes place in the Second Battle of Falluja in 2004 and has real testimonies from the marines who participated in said operation. Recently, Victura and Highwire Games, responsible for the game, highlighted their commitment to realism in terms of warfare and part of this will be possible thanks to a procedural architecture system.
Six Days in Fallujah bet on realism with an innovative system
An article of Wccftech shared information about Six Days in Fallujah, FPS that promises a raw and tension-filled realism that will reflect how horrible war is – far from the heroic deeds handled in other similar titles – and there it was revealed that the title will have a procedural architecture system. This means that the scenarios and the battlefield will be something new in each session, since the constructions will be formed by blocks and these will have different designs. In this regard, Jaime Griesemer, creative of Six Days in FallujahHe noted: “The Marines told us they never knew what awaited them behind the next door. But, in video games, we play the same maps over and over again. Simply knowing the layout of a building beforehand it makes playing a combat encounter in a video game very different from actual combat. “
For his part, Sergeant Adam Banotai, who was part of the operation, declared: “memorizing maps is false. It is that simple. Clearing an unknown building or neighborhood is scary. You have no idea what is going to happen, and this it’s one of the reasons we experience so many casualties. “
According to Highwire Games and Victura, this system will allow Six Days in Fallujah You can take realism to another level by implementing tactics and strategy, as well as changes and adjustments in real time to best respond to the hostile environment.
Six Days in Fallujah still in development.
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