Kaos Studios’ general manager David Votypka has told GamerZines that the studio is "pretty jazzed" at the prospect of starting work on a second Homefront game, saying that the team has so many ideas for the sequel that it has to "try and figure out which ones (it) can fit into Homefront 2".
"We’ve always viewed Homefront as a franchise," said Votypka talking to us yesterday at a Homefront event in London, "and I think everybody in the studio is pretty jazzed to start on the next one to improve and expand on what we’ve done in the first.
"The world of Homefront is so rich and fertile with the idea of occupation; not only occupation in the USA but occupation as a philosophy in a video game and experiencing the human/civilian side of it.
"And then there are all the new systems that we brought to multiplayer and just experimenting on those. We’re super excited about all the ideas we have. In fact, there are so many ideas that we have to try and figure out which ones we can fit into Homefront 2."
THQ Core Games VP Danny Bilson reaffirmed in January that a second Homefront game was on the cards, despite the first game not launching until next week.
We spent the whole of yesterday getting to grips with the game’s multiplayer, and for our money, we reckon Call of Duty could have found a real competitor.
Homefront launches on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC next Friday, 18th March.
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