Homefront: The Revolution released this week, and many players have reported problems with the fps game’s frame rate. The developer Dambuster Studios have not only admitted the frame rate is “not currently where we want it to be,” and says that future patches will fix this, he also went ahead and said:
“It has been a long road for us, and we’re only getting started,” the developer said in The Revolution’s forums. “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.”
Unsurprisingly the PC edition of the game has had the most solid of frame rates compared to the consoles with consoles struggling between 20-25 fps during gameplay.
Dambuster will also release more Resistance Mode content, they will also include additional missions by the end of June. It was announced previously that Dambuster plan to support The Revolution for free for a whole year, oh Dambuster <3.
“Its substantial story campaign is impressively rich and its shooting can be tense and fun, but half-baked stealth, an unfulfilling story, and a vast menagerie of technical inadequacies drag the overall experience into disappointing mediocrity,” critic Scott Butterworth said.