Homefront: The Revolution PC Performance Review
Published: 21st May 2016 | Source: OC3D | Price: |
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In Homefront: The Revolution there are some huge changes in graphical quality when changing your settings, especially when it comes to draw distance and lighting. At low most objects do not cast a shadow and a lot of objects in the world lack high-resolution textures.
Moving from low to high we can see a huge increase in texture detail, especially when looking at the wood desk and the stack of newspaper beside the computer monitor.
When we move to very high we also see a lot of objects gain shadows as the lighting quality increases, as can bee seen when looking at the radio beside the candles.
Moving from Low to medium, we see a huge change in the game's lighting, with areas in shadow becoming much darker and we see a lot more objects casting shadows. This is most noticeable when moving to high settings where we see the civilians cast a shadow from the light of the fire.