community manager Maurice Tan responded to fans over on about the current fate of Homefront: The Revolution, which was being developed at , formerly known as Free Radical. The IP and studio was bought by Deep Silver, and is now called Dambuster Studios. They promise it's not going to "another Prey 2 or Duke Nukem Forever." It's still set for a 2015 release so far.
Crytek general manager Nick Button-Brown has confirmed "great progress" on Homefront at the Nottingham-based Crytek UK. Work began on the project shortly after Kaos Studios' collapse under THQ in 2011. The rights and ownership of Homefront were handed over to Crytek who is believed to have delayed its release to refine the shooter. Crytek UK has "a number of projects" as of yet undisclosed.
THQ's Homefront IP is now in the hands of Crytek as their Crytek UK office has been developing the sequel for the past 2 years, which is rumoured to be set in the United Kingdom this time around. They're completely behind the franchise and its "potential to excite and amaze" gamers. The studio's time with THQ was "always positive" and this turbulent period hasn't hurt Homefront's development.
Brian Farrell and Jason Rubin have discussed a little about the closing moments of publisher THQ, of which both were leading executives. Farrell does "sincerely regret this outcome" for those out of work. Rubin adds that he was brought in to "help turn this ship around," and while disappointed never everyone was saved, he echoes Farrell in being grateful for those that were snapped up.
After 24 years, starting as a shell company called "Trinity Acquisition Corporation", til LJN turned it into THQ (Toy Head Quarters) to house recent acquisition Broderbund, THQ is no more, having finally been dissolved and its assets auctioned off.