Homefront PC to sport new anti-cheating features this week

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 30 March 2011 02:57 GMT

Kaos Studios will patch the PC version of Homefront this week to assist in the battle against cheaters, hackers and griefers.

Big Download reports a patch due this week will add in a DemoURL feature.

This addition will allow players to advise admins of specific recorded play session files, to identify and evidence various anti-social gaming behaviours.

An in-game menu item for enabling DirectX 10 and 11 will also be added, among various other fixes and tweaks.

Homefront is out now on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and has managed over 1 million sales so far.. All three platforms are serviced by dedicated multiplayer servers.

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