Fans are curious about the Six Days in Fallujah console release date for the PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. The game, also known as 6 Days in Fallujah, was ultimately published on PC via Steam Early Access in June, but many players are asking if it will be released on consoles.
Some may recall that Konami first showed Six Days in Fallujah in 2009, but the publisher pulled the game following controversy about the game’s premise being based on an actual conflict in 2004. In February 2021, Highwire Games announced that it would take over the game’s development. Here’s when Six Days in Fallujah will be released on console.
Six Days in Fallujah Be released on PS5, PS4, And Xbox
Six Days in Fallujah was released for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One on June 22, 2023; the second part will be released in 2024.
Here is a tweet about the Six Days in Fallujah that was released. You can see below:
In a press release, developer Highwire Games and publisher Victoria announced the 2024 release date. In addition, the developers intend to release the game for “current and next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft.” This could imply that the game will be released on the upcoming Xbox and PlayStation consoles.
The website’s Support page also discloses that the developers intend to keep the game on Steam Early Access “for a little more than a year.” This implies that Highwire Games will not be finished adding everything on its roadmap for the game until June 2023, if at all. As a result, we believe that the game’s official release date will be in late 2024.
Furthermore, the developer states that Six Days of Fallujah will be available on Xbox, PlayStation, and Xbox consoles “simultaneously” with the game’s complete release.
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