Homefront: The Revolution is now available on PC and consoles therefore you can find after the jump the traditional launch trailer. Moreover, Deep Silver reveals details about the game's Expansion Pass which will bring content to the "30-hour" single-player campaign. New districts will come in 2016 with The Voice of Freedom and Aftermath and a bigger expansion, Beyond the Walls, will follow in 2017.
Homefront®: The Revolution Is Available Today In North America
Watch the Launch Trailer and Discover Additional Expansion Pass and Resistance Mode Details
Larkspur, Calif., May 17, 2016 - Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios today proudly announce the release of their new epic first person shooter, Homefront®: The Revolution.
Available today in North America and May 20th throughout the rest of the world, players will be able to immerse themselves in this truly unique story-driven shooter. Taking the role of a resistance fighter that is outgunned and outmatched, fight to liberate Philadelphia from oppression and its occupying forces.
"With Homefront: The Revolution, we deliver a reboot of the Homefront IP, a brand new open world shooter game with asymmetric, guerilla warfare. Not only that, we also deliver with it a deep story about defending our values, defending our country, defending our society, and that is as current as it can be," said Dr. Klemens Kundratitz, CEO of Koch Media.
Revealed today are also further details on the Expansion Pass. The Homefront: The Revolution Expansion Pass includes access to the three single-player campaign expansions. It also unlocks exclusive bonuses for use in Homefront's online co-operative experience, 'Resistance Mode.'
Coming in 2016, The Voice of Freedom and Aftermath will both add new districts and several hours of original single-player content that complement Homefront's huge 30-hour campaign. A much larger expansion - Beyond the Walls - will follow in 2017, with more details to come.
Expansion Pass holders also benefit from these Resistance Mode perks:
· 'Supply Line' entitles players to a FREE Resistance Crate each week, just for logging into Resistance Mode
· 'The Right Kind of School' unlocks three new starting backgrounds for your Resistance Mode character: 'ATF Agent', 'G-Man' and 'U.S. Marshall'
In addition to the epic 30-hour single player campaign, Homefront's online co-operative 'Resistance Mode' will launch with six Missions, with the first set of new Missions set to arrive in June. All additional Resistance Mode missions will be FREE, and Dambuster Studios are committed to delivering high quality added content updates for the first year at no extra cost.
A few stuff that was great in BF4 is gone in BF1 which i hope gets fixed and brought back to BF1. Or for example non laggy menu or you straight to the spawn map after customizing your weapon. (1 Hour ago)
Or for example when you are in the zone of the flag the actual flag letter wont show up on top middle of the screen you gotta look at the actual flag in the game. (1 Hour ago)
@aphex187: Well the strafing they added in later fter they understood it was a mistake. Unlike BF1 were the class menu ingame disseapers which is bullshit IMO. (1 Hour ago)
@Sath: I like BC2, i even think it's a million times better than BF4 what with it's janky movement and no strafing :D (3 Hours ago)
@aphex187: ah screw you yall it was fun. (4 Hours ago)
@Sath: OMG you mentioned BC2!! That's you doomed then :D (4 Hours ago)
The game reminds me of BC2 but WW1 setting which is a good thing IMO since i loved BC2. (4 Hours ago)