Homefront: The Revolution is the sequel to former THQ game Homefront, the series was acquired by Crytek in the THQ sale. The game takes place four years into the occupation of the US by Korean forces, Homefront: The Revolution follows a new set of characters as that battle for freedom throughout the war-torn streets of Philadelphia. By recruiting resistance fighters and using guerilla tactics in an open-world environment, players can terrorize KPA troops and attempt to gain the upper hand either alone or along with friends in online co-op.
A rocky start for the game but Dambuster say they are working on it.
More footage and an explanation of what’s going on in this new trailer.
Play with your mates when the game is released in May. twelve mission planned initially.
Deep Silver hope the announcement of this release date will give you all a massive insurrection.
Even a rotating cast of development teams can publishers can’t kill Homefront: The Revolution.
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