An upcoming video game imagines Philadelphia as a post-apocalyptic war zone.
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The first-person shooter will put players in the shoes of an everyday Philadelphian who lives in a military state under the control of North Korea around the year 2030.
Naturally, the Philadelphians rebel violently, and the game showcases the fight for freedom -- while showing a good deal of Philadelphia scenery.
The game is reportedly planned to feature gameplay where players can roam throughout a map of the entire city, fighting the "Korean's People Army."
However, developers Crytek and Deep Silver may need to double-check some of their facts.
Above, a screen cap from the game shows an underground subway station with SEPTA's familiar orange Broad Street Line design, but confusingly features the name "Central S---", while the subway line has no such stop.
Additionally, a SEPTA map (seen at left) does not resemble the real-life SEPTA map.
But maybe things will have changed by 2030.