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Homefront PC patch 1.0.4 coming soon – full patch notes revealed

Back in April we announced the arrival of the new Homefront 1.0.3 PC patch, and provided our readers with a full list of changes that they could expect to find after downloading the newly released update. Now we have just received word that the new Homefront PC patch 1.0.4 is coming soon.

In fact, according to a recent article by Sebastian Gaweda over at, the new 1.0.4 patch — which contains server options, balance tweaks and the ability to vote for maps — is said to be in its final stages of testing, and should be arriving within the next few days.

Those who do play the Homefront game on PC will be pleased to know that the full patch notes have been revealed. The new server options contained within the patch include a 15% recoil increase across all weapons and increased weapon damage for both head and torso shots with all weapons.

It also includes the ability to reduce UI elements shown, as well as the ability to disable death follow cam. Players will also find that the 1.0.4 patch has provided them with the ability to vote for maps. The patch has also improved cheat detection and added ‘private message’ functionality.

The balance improvements include adjustments to the damage range of the M200 sniper rifle, which should now be more lethal at short/medium range and a slight increase to the infantry default material damage of the SV45 SMG, in order for it to be more effective at short range.

You can see what other improvements have been made via the website. Are you happy with the list of changes found within the upcoming Homefront 1.0.4 PC patch?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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