According to a report from FARS News Agency, a group of Iranian computer video game developers will soon release “Attack on Tel Aviv” in response to Battlefield 3 a computer video game made by United States publisher, Electronic Arts (EA), which depicts a US military assault on Tehran.
Behrooz Minaei, an executive manager of Iran’s National Foundation of Computer Games told FNA that the foundation will fund the questionable project, and declared that many Iranian computer game enthusiasts have announced that they are prepared to support a role in the project.
Minaei addresses Battlefield 3′s technical and video errors, adding that the location of the military shooter game world in Tehran is “unacceptable”.
He mentioned that Iran has sent letters to EA and bring up its protest at the latest reiteration of the Battlefield series, but no official words from the influential video game publisher has yet been heard at the time of FARS news report.
Battlefield is synonym to the gaming community with the military shooter type of game and its latest addition has featured Tehran Highway.
As to the exact reason why the Iranian video game developers choosing Tel Aviv, the capital of Israel as the venue of virtual game attack is still unknown.