Koch Media announced Wednesday that it has bought the rights to first-person shooter series Homefront from troubled developer Crytek.
Koch Media will now take ownership of the Homefront intellectual property from Crytek, and has announced it will repurpose the Crytek UK Nottingham studio into Deep Silver Dambuster Studios.
Koch Media confirmed that the repurposed studio will continue development on the series’ upcoming open-world sequel Homefront: The Revolution.
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Here for a second attempt to talk videogames, this week we discuss the Nintendo 64 turning 18 years old, how next-gen has truly arrived with the arrival of Sniper Elite 3’s testicle shooting and which games have made us cry.
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A new fan-made TimeSplitters game, which has the blessing of series rights’ holder Crytek, is in the works.
Known as TimeSplitters Rewind, the PC-only game is currently being developed by a small group of fans and former Free Radical Design staffers.