“The wall’s been breached!” Lame.
That’s what I saw when I first read the headlines on the internet. Now you know how it feels. I thought that the troubled game known as Six Days in Fallujah had been leaked onto the internet and it was being downloaded en masse via torrent portals.
No, it turns out that it’s not that sort of breach. It’s their new title, called Breach. It appears to be a multiplayer shooter for multiple platforms. All that’s known about the game is that it involves the CIA – something which I think more games need to tap in to [and risk getting abducted and/or assassinated]. The Special Activities Division, or S.A.D. is a part of the CIA that’s been mentioned.
Section of the Press Release:
"Atomic Games, a pioneer in covert action simulations and military action games, today announced the development of Breach™, a multiplayer title for consoles and personal computers.
The game features so you've managed to decode this section to reveal the classified information. Come on! Did you really think it was going to be that easy? Yes, we do work for military and intelligence organizations. Yes, we are creating a game that will blow your mind. Yes, some of it was actually redacted. Yes, many of us have security clearances. So what that all means is I can't tell you anything more than is in this release until it's okay. Until then, we are high-speed, low-drag and ready to work. Molon Labe!
More information will be released as it becomes declassified by Atomic.”
Their other title, Six Days in Fallujah, is reportedly completed, but Atomic Games has yet to secure a publisher to actually get the game out there.
ATOMIC GAMES ANNOUNCES NEW FIRST-PERSON SHOOTER [Gamasutra]
Breach announced by Six Days in Fallujah dev, Atomic Games [Joystiq]