Tuesday, March 22, 2011
London’s Digital Extremes Celebrates Launch of Homefront
London video game developer, Digital Extremes, launched its new PC game, Homefront, with a party held at 29 Park on Talbot St., last week.
Homefront is a first person shooter video game with a narrative that allows players to walk in the shoes of resistance fighters in 2027 America, who are trying to topple the Greater Korean Republic occupation of the United States of America.
THQ Inc. hired Digital Extremes to bring Homefront to the PC platform in the best form possible.
375,000 copies of the military-themed video game were sold on the first day of sales in North America.
Frank De Lise, executive producer at THQ, commented that “PC players will be able to set up and host Homefront dedicated servers and enjoy additional community features including clan support. We believe the core PC first-person-shooter fan will really appreciate these features, which are becoming increasingly rare.”