THQ boss Brian Farrell has promised to show the new Red Faction: Guerrilla game at E3 2010 this summer.
The as yet unnamed follow-up will be released in the publisher's next financial year (April 2010 - March 2011). Farrell said all this in a recent investor call, his favourite place for new announcements, the rogue.
There's no official word what to expect, although a more fully-rounded experience built on the same technology RF Guerrilla technology seems like a good guess. Strong sequels appear to be a feature of this generation, what with Uncharted 2, Assassin's Creed II and Mass Effect 2 doing so well.
Read our Red Faction: Guerrilla review for the full story.
Farrell also said Homefront will be released on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 before April 2011.
That's the shooter set 20 years in the future when North Korea has invaded and occupied the US. Kaos, developer of Frontlines: Fuel of War, is at the helm, and there's even talk of sequel already. Must be confident. Our Homefront preview can tell you more.
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