DON'T LAUGH.Ahhh, game glitches.
Upon its release on May 17, Homefront: The Revolution had a number of issues that needed addressing by Deep Silver's Dambuster Studios.Many of these problems have indeed been noticed by the developers, and they're now working to resolve them through some performance and stability patches, according to a post on Homefront: The Revolution's official forums by community manager Craig Turner.
Just look at games like Call of Duty and Modern Warfare.The fact that Mope is updated with new content regularly, means glitches are inevitable and can easily start to stack up.
While a little more on the serious side than something like Just Cause, there are some serious lulz to be had while blowing up the Bolivian countryside in Ghost Recon: Wildlands.If you don't want to miss the most outrageous glitches before they get patched out, check out our full roundup below.
If you play PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS regularly, then you may want to consider installing the new test server that has been dispatched to Steam only a couple of days ago.First, you must have PUBG in you Steam Library, and the test server should appear right below the original game in the list automatically.