A brand new trailer has been released for the long in development Homefront: The Revolution, the sequel to 2011’s controversial shooter which saw a unified Korean front invade the United States. Homefront: The Revolution follows the story of Benjamin Walker, the man who rallies the Resistance and inspires the people to rise up and reclaim their freedom.
The campaign will be a huge attraction this time around, which makes The Revolution a bit different from most other multiplayer shooters on the market, for which the campaign is always a bit of an afterthought. Instead, this time, Homefront The Revolution is promising a 30 hour long single player campaign, which should provide even those who are uninterested in multiplayer shooters enough meat to consider buying the game.
Homefront: The Revolution will launch May 17 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One in North America, and three days later, on May 20, in the rest of the world.