Report – Six Days in Fallujah is finished, still being released

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 3 March 2010 10:45 GMT


According to IGN, Atomic Games’ Six Days in Fallujah has finished development, with a release still intended for the game.

A source told the site: “I can promise you that game is still coming out and it is finished.”

Last year, the title was announced for PS3, PC and 360, to be published by Konami.

But a couple of weeks after its inital announcement, the publisher decided to drop the title from its catalogue. Soon after, Atomic suffered a huge lay-off, with one source stating it was “pretty much dead”.

But we guess the studio is fighting on with the project. More soon.

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