A few years ago, I watched a trailer on IGN for an upcoming (back then) sci-fi video game.
I distinctly remember the trailer's story: there was a military testing a new FTL drive on one of their spacecraft. Unfortunately, the test failed, and the ship was on a collision course for Earth, specifically a city in South America (I believe that the city in question was in Brazil, though I don't remember the name). The impending crash would result in the deaths of over a million people, so the ship's captain wanted to take advantage of a maneuver that would allow him to crash the ship into the ocean. This maneuver would save the city that they were going to crash into, but it was extremely risky, as it had a low chance of success and a likely chance of crashing into another South American city that had at least twice as many people as the first city. Still, the ship's captain wanted to try the maneuver, and was even insistent upon it, but the other military commanders that he was communicating with strongly advised against it for the above reasons. At the last second, the captain decided not to risk the maneuver. As a result, the ship crashed into the first city.
Sadly, I did not have the foresight to write down the name of this game, so I did not really follow up on any subsequent news or reviews. I more recently became extremely interested in various sci-fi strategy and simulation games (such as X-COM, Xenonauts, Endless Space, the currently-upcoming Oxygen Not Included, etc.), so I wanted to look this one up. Can anyone identify this game?
To anyone who attempts to answer: if any of this sounds familiar to you, please provide a link to the trailer if you can find it (despite my best attempts, I have been unable to locate it).
Further information: Based on the details that I remember from the trailer, I'm pretty sure that it was a strategy game; I believe that this trailer was released at least two or three years ago (for the life of me, I cannot remember the specific year, or the approximate time of year that I saw it, I just know that the trailer was new at the time); and I believe that the game was a PC-exclusive. However, I'd like to also state that some of the information above could be incorrect, as it's entirely possible that I am misremembering something, or I may be inadvertently mixing details from different games. I will certainly know the trailer if I see it again.