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Homefront: The Revolution will launch on SteamOS, Linux and Windows PC

Homefront: The Revolution will launch on SteamOS, Linux and Windows PC

Homefront: The Revolution confirmed to release in May

Homefront: The Revolution will launch on SteamOS, Linux and Windows PC

 

Deep Silver has confirmed that Homefront: The Revolution will launch on SteamOS, Linux and Windows PC as well as on the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.

This game will be a first person shooter with an open world where you act as a freedom fighter in a conquered America and is built using CryEngine. This game was formerly being made by the developer Crytek UK, which was sold later sold to Deep Silver, so it is great to see that this project was not cut or scrapped.  

Right now the PC requirements for the game are unknown, but they should become available within the next two months. 

 

 

Homefront: The Revolution is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on May 20th in the UK and on May 17th in the US.

 

You can join the discussion on Homefront: The Revolution coming to Linux and SteamOS on the OC3D Forums

 

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12-01-2016, 16:58:43

Kushiro
Never played it before, however since its getting 2 threads it must be good Quote

12-01-2016, 17:06:26

WYP
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
Never played it before, however since its getting 2 threads it must be good
I haven't played the original, but the original was liked by a lot of people (apart from the length) and it is very rare to see games coming to Linux/SteamOS at launch.Quote

12-01-2016, 17:29:07

NeverBackDown
Original was okay. Multiplayer sucked beyond words on consoles though. Major major bugs. Hated that sprinting was super slow too
Hopefully this one doesn't have those problemsQuote

12-01-2016, 17:31:57

Kushiro
I see, well may give it a shot then. Assuming I get the time : (Quote

12-01-2016, 17:42:44

jimma47
yeah single player was a little short but the story was well scripted. I liked multiplayer but I'm pretty casual at it. From memory (2007/8 I think??) there was no CS/COD style bouncing around everywhere and the maps were interesting.Quote
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