Homefront: The Revolution gets delayed to 2016

Deep Silver announced Homefront: The Revolution has been hit with a delay while also announcing its latest in-house development studio.


Deep Silver has announced that its latest in-house development studio, Deep Silver Dambuster Studios, will be working on the upcoming open-world first-person shooter, Homefront: The Revolution. Unfortunately, this announcement comes with a delay in the game as it was originally expected to be released in 2015, but has been pushed back to a 2016 release.

Deep Silver Dambuster will be lead by Hasit Zala, who just so happens to be the game director for Homefront: The Revolution, and already has a total of 126 staff members. The vast majority of its staff are veterans from Crytek UK, which was formerly Free Radical Design.

Deep Silver Dambuster is continuing its work on Homefront: The Revolution and is expected to release the game in 2016 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Mac, Windows, and Linux.

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    March 12, 2015 8:32 AM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, Homefront: The Revolution gets delayed to 2016

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      March 12, 2015 8:54 AM

      I don't understand how another one of these got greenlit after the last one bombed.

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        March 12, 2015 10:04 AM

        It looks like almost a different game. Almost like far cry > far cry 2 difference. Not sure why they didn't just pick a new name.

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          March 12, 2015 10:35 AM

          Maybe because they heavily advertised the first one and this will save them from doing some of that work from scratch again

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          March 12, 2015 11:18 AM

          When you've got an IP like Homefront, you want to milk it for all it's worth.

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        March 12, 2015 12:24 PM

        I was actually a little bit exited when they announced that Crytek was making this game,because the first one was pure hot garbage.

        The ONLY reason that I have a shred of interest in this game is because they are using Cryengine 4.I really don't care if this game is getting delayed,mainly because I kind of forgot that it was actually supposed to be released this year.

        Many have been saying it lately with all of the delay annoucements,devs really need to start thinking about how they announce their release dates.I would say that if a game is announced at E3,it should be released before the next E3.Or more plainly,games shouldn't be announced no more than one year out of release and I would release dates shouldn't be set any more than 4-6 months from release.

        A lot of heartache and frustration could be avoided this way.

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      March 12, 2015 11:56 AM

      I am cool with the delay as long as they don't sack it the E3 video looked amazing I just want to play exactly what was in the E3 vid that be awesome.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tujh2fnATK4&t=0m50s awesome just make it play and look like this and I am all in

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