THQ admits Homefront's short single player was a weakness
THQ has admitted that the single player mode in Homefront let the title down and contributed to the lower than hoped-for review scores.
Homefront's single player story amounted to a paltry 5 hours of gameplay despite being written by Apocalypse Now and Red Dawn writer John Milius.
THQ boss Brian Farrell promises that they will be releasing a multiplayer demo of the game along with a decent array of multiplayer DLC in the new future for the game.
Homefront has still managed to sell 2.6 million copies so far despite a Metacritic score of just 70 and a few connection problems plaguing the multiplayer shortly after release.
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