Developer Deep Silver Dambuster Studios has finally acknowledged the serious performance issues plaguing Homefront: The Revolution on its day of release.
Writing in the game’s forums, Craig Turner, the community manager, admitted that the game had some issues, saying, “We’re aware that performance – particularly frame rate – is not currently where we want it to be, and we are working on additional patches to help address these issues and more. Patch notes per platform will be available on the community forums and on Steam when they go live.”
Unfortunately, no time frame was given for any of the incoming fixes, so at the moment it’s just a case of wait and see.
Homefront: The Revolution is a reboot of the Homefront series following the original Homefront, released in 2011 to mixed reviews. Homefront: The Revolution has also received fairly mixed reviews, with most of the criticism falling on the numerous bugs and glitches found in the game.
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