After a couple of fist-fights and bullet-dodging experiences, Deep Silver is back on track, and this times they mean business. Deep Silver confirms Homefront Revolution, a game that wants to set the bar higher than its predecessor.
Homefront: Revolution was Delayed
Actually, the game was to be released in 2015. But fate something else in mind for Deep Silver. On numerous occasions, the game was delayed and the motives fed to the fans have been sketchy at best. This, of course, led to Deep Silver’s fans into believing that the gaming company will take the game off the menu.
The real reason behind the game’s delay was that Deep Silver could not strike a bargain with Yager, an affiliated game developer. After this setback, the company decided to take matters into its own hands and created another dev studio called Dambuster.
Yager’s intransigence led also to the company’s decision to delay the second installment of Dead Island. One could say that, all in all, game-wise, 2015 was not a very fruitful year for Deep Silver.
On the Road again
Deep Silver confirms Homefront Revolution after its apparent downfall. In wanting to give the gamers what they craved, the gaming company officially announced that the game will go live on the 17th of May in North America.
European gamers will have to wait around 3 more days until Homefront will become available on the old continent. Homefront: Revolution will be available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Moreover, Deep Silver also wanted to somehow repay the gamers for their patients.
And so the battle-weary veteran decided that a little beta test is just the thing gamers need to rekindle their attention. Those who wish to participate in the beta test must sign up on Deep Silver’s official website.
But, there is only one setback to this little gig. According to Deep Silver’s official statement, the beta tests will be available only for Xbox One, which means that PlayStation 4 and PC are dropped from the equation.
The Fight for Liberty goes on
Deep Silver confirms Homefront Revolution, a game which rekindles the conflict between the American refugees and the KPA.
On an explanatory note, the first installment of the game did not have any remarkable features in the area of FPS mechanics, but the game itself received numerous awards for the plot and voice acting.
So, when waiting for the new chance to get back at the Koreans, just remember those wise words from the game’s narrator:
The revolution is nowhere, the revolution is everywhere. You are the revolution!
Check out the Homefront’s Revolution gameplay trailer for PS4, PC and XBox One.