Posted Fri May 20, 2016 at 01:49 PM PDT by Justin Clark
Publisher releases statement addressing technical issues.
Despite a long, long road to retail, 'Homefront: The Revolution' got off to a bit of a rocky start this week. Not that the game was getting terribly sparkly reviews to begin with, but certainly, a point or two along the line has been docked due to some severe technical issues, specifically with the framerates on consoles. Many a review noted that the PS4 version has been prone to drop into the 15fps range. That's....not good.
Fortunately, it seems that Deep Silver agrees, and in a press statement, the publisher states that they're on it. "'Homefront: The Revolution' is now finally available worldwide, and we hope you are enjoying your first steps in Occupied Philadelphia as a member of the Resistance. It has been a long road for us, and we're only getting started.
But 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. Patch notes per platform will be available on the community forums and on Steam when they go live."
For right now, it seems that if you have the rig to go for the PC version, that seems to be the least borked of the three ports.
Source: Deep Silver
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