Homefront: The Revolution News
If anyone cares
Remember Homefront: The Revolution? The grey and brown semi-open world shooter launched near the end of May, but it already feels like the title's long been swept away into the forgotten annals of video game history. Still, it's kind of nice to know that developer Dambuster Studios hasn't abandoned the release just yet, as a new...
'Tis truly the age of nostalgic Easter eggs. Already this month has seen the entirety of Shadow of the Beast stuffed inside, er, Shadow of the Beast and… Well, we probably shouldn't mention the other one by name just yet. But now a couple of levels from TimeSplitters 2 have been included in Homefront: The Revolution. Yes, it's...
Scores of scores
Do you remember Homefront: The Revolution? A bit of inside baseball here: your humble host was too busy animating cacodemons to chase up our review which should have been live today. In other words, even though it's written on the Push Square Towers white board in block capitals, we still forgot about it. Surely the game's better...
As you'd expect
Surprise, surprise: Homefront: The Revolution has a day one patch that comes "strongly recommended" by developer Dambuster Studios. Apparently, the update offers a "range of performance and frame rate improvements". In other words, if you want the game to run as well as you'd expect, you'll probably want to nab this file before you...
This game has a past that is not one of secrecy but of an incredibly rocky and public road to completion. Homefront: The Revolution has been tossed between developers like an expensive game of hot potato but it's somehow found light at the end of the tunnel with a release window finally locked in. In fact, it's so close that we...
Follow the way point! Liberate the stronghold! Win the war!
The series which, alongside uDraw tablets, crippled THQ is back for another bite of the Paranoid America cherry. Homefront: The Revolution, which was originally going to be developed by Crytek, will finally be completed by Deep Silver's new Dambuster Studios – a long journey for a...
Gun to know
"They should really make a new Homefront game," said absolutely no one ever – but it's bloody happening anyway. After a bit of a corporate cock-up involving THQ having no money and latterly Crytek having no money, Far Cry: Brown & Grey Edition is finally due out next year under the name Homefront: The Revolution. Deep Silver, who...
Deep Silver gives Dambuster Studios more time
It may feel like it's gone delay crazy over the past few days, but it's no surprise to see Homefront: The Revolution pushed into 2016. Regular readers will recall the game being announced by THQ many moons ago, before it was picked up by Deep Silver. However,
Deep Silver digs deep to acquire cursed brand
We’re not entirely sure why anyone would want to own the Homefront franchise at this point, as in addition to being a property with very little to differentiate itself from the wealth of other modern military brands on the market, it also appears to carry a curse. After killing off THQ a couple of...
Title potentially in tatters
Homefront: The Revolution, the first-person franchise revival by Crytek UK, only got announced a few weeks ago – but the project already appears to be in tatters. Widespread reports suggest that the firm formerly known as Free Radical has been working without pay chequ
More tales of woe for the studio
Yesterday, we reported on rumours that Crytek is in financial trouble, with staff going unpaid and hints that bankruptcy could be on the cards. Today, there are fresh reports which relate to the company's British studio Crytek UK, which was formed form the ashes of TimeSplitters and Haze developer Free Radical...
Pittsburgh is the pits
Homefront: The Revolution isn’t an elaborate rumour, as publisher Deep Silver has just confirmed the title moments after its box art leaked. As originally speculated, the sequel to Kaos Studios’ divisive first-person shooter is in production at Ti
Back from the brink, baby
THQ’s ill-fated first-person franchise Homefront looks set to be making a comeback after all, as box art for a release named Homefront: The Revolution has been spotted on a Swedish retailer’s website. While the listing has since been pulled, the title is purportedly due out in 2015, and is being published by Deep...