Homefront: The Revolution is not starting things right. According to reports, the game is drawing a slew of negative reviews, scoring just around 50/100 but some still argue that it does have some good points. Is the game worth a try?
As with the rate of negative reviews pouring in for the Homefront: The Revolution some would think that it should be avoided at all costs or in most cases. However, there are still those who argue that even with the bad rap that the game is getting recently, a different take on it would reveal that it does have its good points and it may be fun to some depending on their preferences.
“While the game isn’t perfect by a long shot, it’s still a lot more fun than many have let on. And while I’ve encountered some performance issues, Homefront: The Revolution has performed far better on my PC than many reviews would have you believe,” wrote Erik Kain from Forbes.
“It isn’t perfect, but it’s a far cry from total failure, and I’m having fun with the game,” he added.
Rock Paper Shotgun seems to agree as while it finds the game “awfully wonky,” it does possess some good bits. Publishers Deep Silver did say that they are working on the patches but there is specific timeline on when the patches will arrive. Deep Silver claimed in a statement: “we’re also aware that performance – particularly frame rate – is not currently where we want it to be, and we are working on additional patches to help address these issues and more.”
Also the company also announced some free stuff. Deep Silver claims that the first free content following the launch of the Resistance road map has now been made accessible to all players.
“All 8 individual pieces of the two new Punk and Anarchist outfits, plus the Punk and Anarchist full body clothing, can be found in your character’s Gear and Clothing menu for players to customize their Fighters with,” the company said.
“On top of that, two bonus Hail Mary boosters in your Consumables inventory offer a free instant revive to help you on your way to completing Missions on the hardest difficulty.” It added.
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