Aftermath, the second single-player DLC for Homefront: The Revolution is now available. It takes place after the Battle of Philadelphia and brings new areas of KPA occupied Philadelphia. Moreover, Uncle S.A.M, a new mission for Resistance mode is availble for free as part of the latest patch. Screens and details after the jump.
THE REBELLION HANGS IN THE BALANCE IN AFTERMATH; THE LATEST SINGLE-PLAYER DLC FOR HOMEFRONT®: THE REVOLUTION
Plus a new Resistance Mode Mission – “Uncle S.A.M.” - now available for all players
Free Philadelphia – November 9, 2016 - Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios today released the second planned single player DLC for Homefront®: The Revolution.
Aftermath is set in the days after the Battle for Philadelphia, when the fledgling rebellion hangs in the balance. The inspirational Resistance figurehead Benjamin Walker has been broken by the KPA, and is now broadcasting counter-revolutionary propaganda for the enemy. Support for the embattled Resistance is ebbing away…
As Ethan Brady, you have been tasked to assassinate the man once known as the ‘Voice of Freedom’ for the sake of the Revolution. But instead, you will defy orders and embark on a daring rescue mission.
Aftermath is free to all holders of the Homefront Expansion Pass, and available to purchase separately for $5.99 (regional pricing may vary). It is ready to download now for Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, the PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system and Windows PC via Steam.
A new free Resistance Mode Mission - Uncle S.A.M. - has also been added as part of this week’s patch, and is available to all players. Your Squad must counter the KPA’s aerial superiority by deploying S.A.M. launchers, then take out their Air Force’s high command in a deadly strike. Any players returning to Homefront: The Revolution will also find that the recent ‘Performance Patch’ has massively improved the overall experience.
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