PC gaming may have been put on the backburner for a while now but there are some developers who still care. One of them is developer Kaos Studios (Frontlines), working on the highly ambitious shooter, Homefront. Homefront is a first person military shooter set in the near future where a ticked off, nuclear armed Korea invades America.
Gamers who pick up the PC version of the game will be entitled to a bunch of extras, first of which is 3D support. Other gameplay extras include the ability to control vehicles through both first and third person perspectives. Vehicular controls have been tweaked for the PC version, offering players 3 variants of controls:
- Ace: Allows for the best maneuverability, but takes the most practice to master.
- Veteran: Balanced difficulty and maneuverability.
- Rookie: Pick-up-and-play level of difficulty, least maneuverable.
There’s also the option to practice your skills with bots before heading online. And finally you have a Squad Management system for the PC with Squad based VOIP. As you can see, Kaos have invested a good amount of effort to ensure PC gamers enjoy their Homefront experience. For the entire list of perks including system requirements, head right here.
Published Date: Feb 01, 2011 02:37 pm | Updated Date: Feb 01, 2011 02:37 pm