Homefront: The Revolution is the “closest thing to the Wild West in 2029 Philadelphia” says Crytek UK
Crytek UK is building a big open-world experience in Homefront: The Revolution that they hope will be the ultimate guerilla experience.
Speaking in a new interview the game's producer Fasahat Salim explained that the game is set in an “expansive space” that really helps players feel like guerilla fighters.
“The world is big, big, big,” Salim stated. “Fictionally, it is broken down into three different zones... It’s the closest thing to the Wild West in 2029 Philadelphia. This is the place a lot of interesting things happen. It’s a very expansive space.”
He went on, "We want to make sure the player is getting the guerrilla experience. He should know what it feels like to be a guerrilla fighter. We’ve focused and built the game around that principle and that we got from the original Homefront."
Homefront: The Revolution is due to be released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One some time in 2015 as long as the reported troubles at Crytek can be sorted.
- October PS Plus Instant Game Collection line-up announced with Driveclub as a bonus
- Betas planned for every platform should ensure Battlefield: Hardline will work at launch
- Latest patch for Battlefield 4 fixes just about everything and unblocks your kitchen sink
- Warface gets updated with new maps and a few gameplay tweaks
- Platinum Games' Hideki Kamiya gives one final response to those begging for Bayonetta 2 to be released on PS4 and Xbox One
- Shadow Of Mordor devs not worried by the Assassin's Creed comparisons
- LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham heading to New York ComicCon 2014
- Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty gets brand new 'Old School' controls
- Bungie concedes that Destiny's storyline was recut less than a year from release