Dambuster Studios is planning further performance improvements to Homefront: The Revolution in its upcoming 2.0 patch.

A statement made by the company (via Eurogamer) outlines their future plans for the game:

“Since the launch of Homefront: The Revolution we have released multiple patches and updates, mainly focusing on critical issues and the ‘save stall’ issue on console, but we have also achieved some performance improvements as this recent analysis by Digital Foundry shows,” the statement said.

“Nonetheless, we are continuing to work on performance, and this is the primary focus for our next major update, 2.0, which is currently scheduled for August. This will introduce further significant improvements to frame rate, as well as additional bug fixes and reduction of save stalls down to a minimum.”

“The whole team at Dambuster Studios appreciates everybody’s patience and continued support for Homefront: The Revolution.”

According to the developers the the recently released 1.06 update boosted the frame rate by about 5 FPS on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Homefront: The Revolution released May of this year for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. It is the follow-up to the original Homefront released in 2011. The game takes place in 2029 in an alternate timeline, where the United States is resisting Korean occupation.

  • Miguel Perez

    Polishing an already crappy game

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