Homefront: Ex-CIA Agent Reveals All

March 7, 2011

By Andrew Burnes

At last week’s Game Developers Conference in wet and windy San Francisco one of our roving reporters spoke to Tae Kim, a former member of the Central Intelligence Agency now working with THQ and Kaos Studios on Homefront, a soon-to-be-released first-person shooter that sees North Korea invade and occupy key areas of the United States.

In our video interview, viewable below, Kim talks primarily about the game’s story and the coincidental escalation of hostilities between North Korea and South Korea that have occurred during the Homefront’s development. Kim also touches upon the use of near-future weapons in the game and the necessity for violence to free fellow Americans from North Korea’s tyrannical rule.

Available next week through digital distributors and retail stores, Homefront on the PC has been lavished with extra development resources to ensure that it makes full use of the opportunities available on personal computers. From improved multiplayer features to higher resolution textures, to NVIDIA 3D Vision support, Kaos Studios intends to avoid the failures of other multi-platform games as you shall soon see.

To watch the video interview click the large image below: