Homefront: The Revolution Review Embargo Lifts Tomorrow, Game Includes More Than 50,000 Lines of Dialogue

May 16, 2016 Written by Jason Dunning

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Ahead of Homefront: The Revolution’s launch this week on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, Deep Silver Dambuster Studios’ Community Manager Craig Turner detailed some fun facts about the game.

After revealing that there are 95 unique heads/faces as part of the Resistance thanks to Dambuster’s state-of-the-art face scanning technology, and the open world of Philadelphia is home to more than 384 unique and individual NPD personalities, Turner said that the story features more than 50,000 lines of dialogue:

In order to deliver the level of storytelling we aimed to achieve, we focused on capturing the perfect performance to give our characters and story life. Speaking of dialogue, communication is key in the Co-Op Resistance Mode. You’ll need to work with your team if you want to stand a chance against the KPA.

All accessible on the fly without going into any menu, there are 31 attachments across six different weapon groups. “Out of those attachments,” Turner says, “9 are quite unique and can convert your standard battle rifle into, oh, let’s say, a freedom launcher!

There’s also 136.5 rubber ducks in the city, and some are hidden in supply caches in abandoned buildings.

If you’re planning on picking up Homefront: The Revolution, don’t forget that there’s a day one update to “address additional last fixes and performance improvements across all platforms.”

If you’re looking for Homefront: The Revolution reviews, OpenCritic says they’ll be up at 12:01am PT/3:01am ET tomorrow, May 17.

[Source: PS Blog]