The latest Homefront: The Revolution trailer is a reintroduction to the Homefront setting, a United States that has been conquered and occupied by North Korea.
With less than a month until Homefront: The Revolution releases, Game Rant takes a look at the pre-order options available to gamers around the world.
Deep Silver releases a brand new trailer for the upcoming Homefront: The Revolution, which shows off some gameplay footage as well as offers a look at the main character.
Deep Silver announces that an Xbox One exclusive beta for Homefront The Revolution will begin on February 11 in addition to a new four player co-op mode called Resistance.
Deep Silver reveals a North American release date of May 17 for Homefront: The Revolution, alongside the news of an Xbox One-only closed beta in February.
Taking a look at a number of games that had high-profile external writers, we investigate whether a separate writing team can lead to a successful story.
During Microsoft’s Gamescom press conference, Deep Silver reveals a brand new trailer for Homefront: The Revolution showing off an occupied Philadelphia.
Players will have to wait until next year to get the follow up to 2011’s ‘Homefront,’ as publisher Deep Silver says it wants more time to polish the highly anticipated shooter.
Development on Crytek Studios’ ‘Homefront: The Revolution’ has been taken over by Deep Silver Dambuster Studios.
Crytek still faces crisis, as the director of â€˜Homefront: The Revolutionâ€™ reportedly resigns from the company. What does this mean for the title?
‘Homefront: The Revolution’ strives to be different to its predecessor in almost every way. Read what Crytek says about the new open-world gameplay and story.
Crytek and Deep Silver announce ‘Homefront: The Revolution,’ a sequel to Kaos Studios’ 2011 FPS coming to new-gen platforms in 2015. Watch the trailer here!
With ‘Homefront 2′ now owned by developer Crytek, the developer has high hopes for the series’ future, and will likely delay release to guarantee a well-polished shooter.
After THQ’s properties and subsidiary studios were put up for auction, Sega, Ubisoft and others took their pick, leaving the rest of the publisher to wind down over the coming months.
THQ may be suffering some setbacks, but that hasn’t impeded development of ‘Homefront 2.’ In fact, the game is still going according to plan.
In his last interview as THQ executive VP of core games, Danny Bilson reiterated how ‘Homefront 2’ aims to compete with ‘Call of Duty’ and ‘Battlefield’ – and believes that developer Crytek is off to a good start.
This week the team talks about ‘Mass Effect 3’ feedback and multiplayer events, Wii U-Dreamcast comparisons, Xbox 720 denials and Crytek’s plans for ‘Homefront 2’. Join us, and share your thoughts!