Too little, too late?
When Homefront: The Revolution released in May of this year, it’s fair to say that the game suffered from a tragically long list of performance and optimization problems.
Now, nearly four months later, and developers Dambuster Studios have today released a much needed “Performance Patch”, which supposedly includes “hundreds of improvements and fixes”, as well as making a few refinements to some of the gameplay systems and mechanics themselves.
The team have apparently boosted the game’s frame rate “15% on top of the 25% improvement already achieved in [patch] 1.06” and reduced the length of the stalls that would occur whenever the game auto-saved.
In other news, players will now be able to customize their HUD via the in-game menu, and two new maps have been added to Resistance Mode – the game’s online co-operative feature – for free.
Resistance Mode will also feature a “Guerilla Score”, which has been introduced to “indicate a player’s overall experience with the game.”
You can find of all the latest patch notes for the game right here.
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