“The way we’re developing Homefront 2 is very isolated,” from THQ says Crytek

Thursday, 21st June 2012 20:04 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Cyrtek has said the restructuring going on at THQ has had “zero” impact on the development of Homefront 2.

Speaking with CVG, the firm’s CEO Cevat Yerli said there hasn’t been any “tangible change whatsoever,” in the firm’s relations with the publisher which has been rather hands-off since handing development of the sequel over to the firm last year.

“To be fair, the way we’re developing Homefront 2 is very isolated anyway,” said Yerli. “We’re treating it as our own new IP and at the same time THQ is respecting us and saying, ‘you guys know what you’re doing’ and telling us the story they’d like to have, which we’re collaborating creatively on.”

Homefront 2 is slated for release in in THQ’s FY14, which if you look at your calender, takes place between April 2013 and March 2014.



  1. Maximum Payne

    I just hope MP will be more like BF and not like CoD.
    First one had potential.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Erthazus

    First one was crap. At the same level as CoD crap. The only difference is that engine was better.

    With Crytek i expect great shooting mechanics, fantastic engine, visuals, sound, not a lot of corridors at minimum. I just hope that the rest of it will be at the level of Far Cry 1 or Crysis 1.

    Which won’t happen at all because of Multiplatform development Crytek became much worse and Crysis 2/3 is a good example.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. DSB

    It’s a huge mistake that is apparently going to be made twice.

    I wish the new leadership would have the sense to dump the brand and just make a game that isn’t based on something so incredibly stupid.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. unacomn

    Typo awareness post:


    #4 3 years ago

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