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Out later this week, Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios' Homefront: The Revolution will hopefully turn heads and change the minds of those disappointed with THQ's entry from 2011. The game so far looks pretty spectacular, and according to the developers it's going to be huge, but just how huge?
More info on the story of Homefront: The Revolution has arrived in a brand new trailer just a week before the game launches.
Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios has this week unveiled the opening cinematic for their upcoming first person shooter, Homefront: The Revoluition, telling the backstory to the occupation of Philadelphia.
Seems like Deep Silver are gearing up for the release of Homefront: The Revolution, their and Dambuster Studios' upcoming open-world FPS, as they've not only released a new trailer demonstrating a few of the game's open-world mechanics but also released details on their new "Merits" metagame, designed to reward dedicated Homefront fans.
With the launch of Homefront: The Revolution just a few months away, Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios has released a brand new trailer full of fire, showing the dark world of the upcoming shooter.
With E3 still three months away, Dead Island and Metro publisher, Deep Silver, have revealed in an interview that they have a "major announcement" planned for E3 this June.
According to MCV's latest report, UK studio Sumo Digital, who you'll know best from Sonic & SEGA All Stars Racing Transformed, will be handling the task of developing Deep Silver's upcoming zombie survival game Dead Island 2.
Deep Silver has today announced that on May 31, players will be able to once again dive into the zombie infested tropics of Dead Island and its sequel, Dead Island: Riptide as the Dead Island Definitive Collection comes to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC for the first time.
Homefront: The Revolution, Dambuster Studios and Deep Silver's follow-up and kind-of soft reboot of the Homefront franchise is steadily drawing nearer, and for those who fancy getting that little bit more out of the US' fight against the Korean People's Army, Deep Silver have unveiled the game's Goliath Edition, a limited edition release that will include among other things a radio-controlled scale replica of one of the titular "Goliaths" - armed and armoured ATVs that form one of the KPA's most deadly "Counter-Insurgency" weapons - complete with working lights and six-wheel suspension.
2014 was a pretty rocky time for Crytek whose UK studio suffered some pretty dire financial troubles, so much so that there were reports that staff weren't being paid and the future of Homefront: The Revolution came into question. Fortunately Koch Media's Deep Silver stepped in and acquired both Crytek UK and the Homefront IP. While we were never sure what was happening over at the Nottingham-based studio, in an interview with The Guardian, Ex-Crytek UK Game Director Hasit Zala has revealed all.
Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios has today unveiled a brand new mode coming to Homefront: The Revolution, and mode that'll have players join three friends on a series of missions. This new co-operative mode is called Resitance Mode and adds an impressive 12 missions on top of an already robust campaign.
I guess the earlier leaks were correct, Homefront: The Revolution is indeed launching this May with an Xbox One exclusive beta coming in February which will require an Xbox One Beta Token in order to access.
Homefront: The Revolution was set to launch last year, but unfortunately it was pushed back into 2016. No release date aside from the vague "2016" window was revealed, but there's a possibility it'll be launching this May, if a Target promo is to be believed.
For those thinking the upcoming Homefront game, Homefront: The Revolution, is a sequel following the original Homefront release, then you'd be wrong. Homefront: The Revolution is a brand new game, and everything in it is new. That is according to Senior Narrative Designer, CJ Kershner, speaking with MCV.
In amongst the hustle and bustle at EGX 2015 last week, located in the corner of the 18-section was Koch Media's booth, home to Homefront: The Revolution, a game which, from the outside, has had a bit of a rocky development, but offered a good 15 minutes of gameplay for players to sink their teeth into.