‘The framerate is not where we want it to be.’
Homefront: The Revolution is now finally out, and while the final game seems to be a bit of a swing and a miss, at least it managed to actually release after that extremely protracted development cycle that it had. That said, the troubled development is extremely evident if you play the game- its core content itself seems to be a bit lacking in terms of quality- however, equally importantly, perhaps, the game’s performance also leaves a lot to be desired, particularly in terms of the framerate.
In a new post on the Homefront The Revolution Official Forums, community manager Craig Turner has confirmed that performance issues will be fixed in future patches, noting that the performance of the game is definitely not where the team wants it to be.
“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.”
Let’s hope it doesn’t take too long for the problems to be fixed. Homefront: The Revolution is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.