Earlier we brought you news of a patch coming to the Xbox 360 for Homefront which will fix some of the existing problems that occur in the game. Now we can reveal that the same update for the PC version is available right now.
The changes are virtually the same as the Xbox 360 version in terms of gameplay, however there are also various PC-exclusive faults and changes that have been made. Some changes that may improve gameplay now allow users to change the speeds of their mouse movement in the game’s controls menu.
Other issues that have been improved include providing chat whilst gamers are in the kill-cam view and also Kaos Studios have made changes to SLI/CrossFireX support. Various issues have been addressed and the game should run a lot more smoothly for gamers which is a good sign.
The patch is up and running right now and should automatically download the next time you start Homefront via Steam. You can see the entire list of changes from Homefront’s official website here. Tell us what you think of the changes in the comments section below, remember to state any problems which have not been fixed.
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