"Homefront: The Revolution," first person video game from publisher Deep Silver and developer Dambuster Studios, has revealed the notes for patch 1.4 that the game would receive once the final testing is completed, said a post from the developer on its official forums.
The post noted that this patch has already gone live on PC. It said that the patch might be released early next week, if no issues were found.
Patch 1.4 is expected to fix crashes and add fixes to the game. The patch will boost CPU's performance for PC players. It also fixed an issue that lead to the multicore CPU's not being used to its full.
The post also noted that the developer would be releasing two new outfits for Resistance Mode character, "Back from the Dead" and "Crash Landing." Apart from this, players would also be getting two new Boosters - Cash +20 percent and XP + 20 percent; three new Pharmas - Pussycats – Silent Movement, Cuttlefish – Less chance of being targeted and Coags (increased bleed out time).
"Homefront: The Revolution," was released on May 17 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Here are the patch notes for the upcoming update:
Save Stalls – We have optimized the number of checkpoint save locations throughout the single player campaign. This means that the short 'pauses' that the player encounters are reduced and the game will now inform you that it is saving.
There will also be further optimizations in an upcoming patch.
Missing Map Icons – Players who were missing icons after updating to the v1.03 patch should now see their progress restored. You should now be able to continue your game, however there may be some slight inconsistencies with the hearts and minds stats.
Crash Fixes – We have fixed many crash related issues across all platforms
Multicore CPU's (PC) – PC players should now see better performance from their CPU. We fixed an issue that meant multicore CPU's were not being fully utilized.
Some of these will include:
- SLI Fixes
- Fix for Hearts & Minds progress in the Ashgate District not progressing correctly
- Fix for non-english characters used in login names