If you’re playing Homefront: The Revolution and you’re still not happy with the game’s performance, Dambuster Studios has promised that a frame rate update is on the way.
According to Digital Foundry, recent Homefront update 1.06 only scraped together an additional five frames-per-second (fps). Dambuster Studios is well aware that gamers aren’t entirely pleased with this boost, and they have a 2.0 update coming in August that should rectify this issue as well as few other problems.
Since the launch of Homefront: The Revolution we have released multiple patches and updates, mainly focusing on critical issues and the ‘save stall’ issue on console, but we have also achieved some performance improvements as this recent analysis by Digital Foundry shows.
Nonetheless, we are continuing to work on performance, and this is the primary focus for our next major update, 2.0, which is currently scheduled for August. This will introduce further significant improvements to frame rate, as well as additional bug fixes and reduction of save stalls down to a minimum.
The whole team at Dambuster Studios appreciates everybody’s patience and continued support for Homefront: The Revolution.
The curse of Homefront: The Revolution seems to continue, after being in the hands of several studios, delayed numerous times, and then releasing with a number of performance issues that definitely had a hand in the low review scores. Hopefully this time they’ll be able to boost the performance to 30fps on console at the very least.