As Conflict Rages On In Korea, THQ’s Resolve On Homefront Is Unchanged

Korea’s on the brink of war today, and many argue it’ll have an effect, whether positive or negative, on THQ’s latest game, Homefront. The publisher, however, sees things different, and it’s conclude the conflict won’t have an impact on the game.

That’s what a representative for the developer told Kotaku, adding the Homefront’s a work of “speculative fiction”.

“Homefront is a work of speculative fiction, set in the year 2027,” said the rep.

“Recent real-world events on the Korean peninsula are obviously tragic and, like everyone, we hope for a swift and peaceful resolution.”

The game’s story sees a mighty and armed North Korea headed by Kim Jong-un, joining forces with the South and launching an attack on the U.S.

Homefront will be available for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on March 5th in the U.S., and on the 8th of the same month in Europe.

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One Comment on "As Conflict Rages On In Korea, THQ’s Resolve On Homefront Is Unchanged"

  1. nick November 26, 2010 at 3:27 am -

    thats what EA said about the taliban being in the MP modes.
    they all buckle under pressure eventually, this will be no different.

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