Huw Beynon, Head of Global Communications at THQ has recently posted an image to his Foursquare account teasing some new information on Homefront 2. The image he uploaded was a logo from Crytek and with that a caption.

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The original Homefront wasn’t exactly a gem of any sorts, but it did an OK job of presenting the story it set itself out to tell. Some of the scenes in the very beginning of the game were almost hard to watch at some points, especially the scene SPOILERS where the child is forced to watch his parents executed. However, the game did sell enough copies to warrant a sequel and while Kaos studios went under, Crytek has now picked up the project for THQ and hopefully we get our first bit of information this week on the game.

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  1. I really enjoyed the first Homefront. Admittedly, it wasn&#039t perfect, but I thought they did a good job of presenting a gritty story. If nothing else, it got me amped for the big assault during the final mission. Looking forward to hearing more on this one.

    1. I also enjoyed the first Homefront. I read an interview with THQ president Jason Rubin that the game was coming along quite well. Can&#039t wait to hear and see more for this.

  2. I really enjoyed the first Homefront. Admittedly, it wasn't perfect, but I thought they did a good job of presenting a gritty story. If nothing else, it got me amped for the big assault during the final mission. Looking forward to hearing more on this one.

    1. I also enjoyed the first Homefront. I read an interview with THQ president Jason Rubin that the game was coming along quite well. Can't wait to hear and see more for this.

  3. I really enjoyed the fisrt homefront, I thought the environments for multi player were better than tose of black ops and other first person shooters. I also thought that is was a game where you could actually employ some military tactics instead of just run and gun like ALL the others. As an ex infantry soldier I always found it frustrating the way people just run and gun, you wouldn&#039t last five minutes on a real battlefield doing that. I just wish they would make it where if you are hit you were out of the fight for a few minutes as if wounded and if killed you were out till the next round. That would change the way players actually play and get rid of this run and gun nonsense. But I know some people would be upset and not play if they couldn&#039t die 20 time to get 30 kills and probably not play. Keep up the good work and I hope you don&#039t change the game play on the multi player side. It is much better and more realistic than the others.

    1. I&#039m in total agreement as far as the MP aspect goes. I&#039d love to see them apply those elements to a campaign co-op mode. Fingers crossed…

  4. I really enjoyed the fisrt homefront, I thought the environments for multi player were better than tose of black ops and other first person shooters. I also thought that is was a game where you could actually employ some military tactics instead of just run and gun like ALL the others. As an ex infantry soldier I always found it frustrating the way people just run and gun, you wouldn't last five minutes on a real battlefield doing that. I just wish they would make it where if you are hit you were out of the fight for a few minutes as if wounded and if killed you were out till the next round. That would change the way players actually play and get rid of this run and gun nonsense. But I know some people would be upset and not play if they couldn't die 20 time to get 30 kills and probably not play. Keep up the good work and I hope you don't change the game play on the multi player side. It is much better and more realistic than the others.

    1. I'm in total agreement as far as the MP aspect goes. I'd love to see them apply those elements to a campaign co-op mode. Fingers crossed…

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