Deep Silver Dambuster shows off playable single-player demo

Homefront: The Revolution resurfaces at Gamescom

Homefront: The Revolution has re-emerged during Xbox’s Gamescom press conference.

The game was announced last year but development was hindered when financial problems saw its developer, Crytek UK, all but closed.

European publisher Deep Silver purchased the game and its assets, hiring many of the team members to form a new outfit Deep Silver Dambuster Studios.

Little had been seen of the game until today’s conference, in which the studio’s C.J. Kershner introduced a video teaser of the open-world gameplay.

The footage was taken from a single-player demo that will be playable at Gamescom this week. 

The final game will also include co-op and multiplayer modes, with Xbox One owners getting early access to the multiplayer beta this winter.

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