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Crytek Announces A New FPS Game With Linux Support

Gaming

Published on 02 June 2014 12:55 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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Crytek has just announced Homefront: The Revolution as a new first-person shooter game that will feature native Linux support with the CryENGINE and launch on the same-day as for other platforms.

Crytek explains this "Homefront: The Revolution" free-roam FPS game as:
Four years into the brutal military occupation, America is on its knees. Philadelphia - once the birthplace of Independence - has become a ghetto, where surveillance drones and armoured patrols keep the population at heel, crushing any dissent with savage force. Her once-proud citizens live in a police state, forced to collaborate just to survive, their dreams of freedom long since extinguished.

But in the badlands of the Red Zone, in the bombed out streets and abandoned subways, a Resistance is forming. A guerrilla force, determined to fight for their freedoms despite overwhelming odds and ignite the second American Revolution. But Freedom always has a price...

The game will be available for Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Linux, and OS X. Details on the just-announced game can be found at Crytek.com. This will be one of the first CryENGINE Linux games after CryENGINE was made available for Linux a few months back.

Embedded below is the launch trailer for Homefront: The Revolution.


Homefront: The Revolution will ship in 2015.

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