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Homefront: The Revolution release date tipped for May

The Homefront: The Revolution release date may be coming this May, according to a leak from another retailer.

It’s looking increasingly likely that Homefront: The Revolution will arrive this May, as there’s been another leak from a prominent retailer.

Xbox Achievements spotted earlier this year that US retailer Target had a reservation card for the game that listed a release date of May 17, 2016.

And now, MCV has discovered UK retailer GAME has added a May release date for its own listing of Homefront: The Revolution, which is still there at the time of writing.

Deep Silver hasn’t yet officially offered a release date for the sequel to the 2011 shooter Homefront.

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The Revolution was announced back in June 2014, with Deep Silver publishing the title and Crytek as the developer.

Just a month after it was announced Deep Silver actually acquired the Homefront IP and passed development to Deep Silver Dambuster – a new studio made up of the Crytek UK crew who had started work on the game.

Homefront: The Revolution was originally due to be released in 2015, but got pushed back to an unknown date in 2016.

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