Homefront: the revolution
Homefront: the revolution 2021
homefront: the revolution – aftermath
Homefront: The Revolution is a first-person shooter video game, under the development of Deep Silver Dambuster studio. It is the sequel to the 2011 video game Homefront, which after the bankruptcy of THQ its rights were acquired by Deep Silver. It will be released in 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, OS X and Linux platforms.
On their way to freedom, players will have to fight a seemingly unwinnable guerrilla war against a vastly superior military force. The resistance relies on their attack and retreat tactics, ambushes, infiltrations, surprise attacks and an arsenal of improvised weapons to defeat their oppressors and spread the flame of revolution. Around every corner, they will encounter a sprawling city where recruiting revolutionary sympathizers and building improvised homemade weapons are just two of the keys to forming a powerful resistance.
Meanwhile, the Korean army has continued to advance its plans of conquest, invading and occupying much of the terrain of the American East; including the city of Philadelphia, which has become its center of operations. There, a second rebellion is brewing, although they will need more than just strong willpower to overthrow the technologically and numerically superior Korean army.