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Bill Owen posted a topic in Bill Owen's WorkshopHomefront: The Revolution is the sequel to Homefront, an open world first-person shooter video game developed by Dambuster Studios and published by Deep Silver. The game is scheduled to be released on May 17, 2016 in U.S. and May 20, 2016 in Europe for Linux, Microsoft Windows, OS X, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This Corsair 380T "Homefront The Revolution" custom gaming PC Case Mod created in collaboration with mod zoo members @cheapskate @Cheapskate and @ToddK. Cheapskate engineered the corsair 380T case modifications from concept to reality. Todd developed a hardware monitoring app with similar GUI to the app used to hack the KPA networks by the Liberty7 resistance. I'll be revealing more about this later, but you're welcome to check out Todd's website and use his app, HOMEFRONT PC STATS ENGINE The general idea is to achieve a look and feel that matches the modern, high-tech KPA materials and utilities that has been taken over by the resistance. We're going to combine a special shape of the case that could be used for military purposes in the field with the stealth angular look of the APEX manufactured vehicles and material textures that are used for both, person armor and utilities. To achieve the resistance look we will scratch off the KPA/APEX logos and text a device like that would normally have and overwrite or spay it with resistance signs and symbols. I've chosen Corsair 380T's ITX case for this project for it's portability and excellent build quality. The 380T allows you to fit a 240mm radiator for cooling your CPU. The Corsair 380T I/O panel includes power, reset, headphone, mic, and two USB 3.0 and fan controller. The new side panels designed by Cheapskate for the 380T will be cnc milled from aluminum to replace the factory plastic version. This is being done so we have a stronger structure to add armored layers of material Closer look at the 380T side panel. It's molded from smoked polycarbonate with perforated mesh overlay. The "Homefront; The Revolution" case mod will have the look and feel of a portable field operation. The shock protection seen on the super drones will shroud portions of the Corsair 380T case. The shock protection rails will be cnc machined from aluminum. Front of the Corsair 380T case. This screen shot of Cheap's sketchup illustrates how the milled shock protection rails will be attached to the bottom of the Corsair 380T. This diagram illustrates more of the exterior guard rails and front plate that will hold the cell phone in place. Stay Tuned for update soon!