Homefront: The Revolution

A first-person shooting game set in a open world environment with many districts to explore. This was developed by Dambuster Studios and was published by Deep Silver. This game drops you out into a world where United States has been occupied for four years and engage yourself in high stakes gameplay where you must lead the resistance movement in tactical guerrilla warfare against a superior North Korean military force.


The player takes place on Ethan Brady, a new Resistance member whose Resistance cell is expecting a visit from Benjamin Walker, “The Voice of Freedom” and leader of the National Resistance against the KPA occupation. In this game, players can scavenge supplies to modify equipment and weapons. Weapons are usually fingerprint-locked and have a sizeable advantage over resistance. Players will be called off to carry out tasks like assassinating a high-ranking KPA general or steal a KPA drone and another feature was added to the game which is to enhanced ability to modify weapons by adding a fore-grip or a sight in the middle of the firefight or to convert a rifle to a light machine gun.

Philadelphia is split into 3 districts the Green, Yellow and Red Zone. The green zone is the safest zone among the 3. It is the center of the city where the KPA’s is at it’s strongest. They have running water and a stable power supply enough to supply people around the area. The second one is the yellow zone or more likely to be called the slum-like tent ghetto city for its overpopulated area. The place has a limited supply of water and electricity. This zone is awash with patrols, scanner drones and 24/7 working cameras to watch over the people around the place. The last one is the red zone or “The Forbidden” zone as they call it. It has a haze of brisk dust because it is a bombed out suburban area. Heavy shelling and frequent street battles have left most the buildings in rubble. If KPA’s where to step into that place to catch anyone they will be shoot on sight right away.

This game features a four-player cooperative multiplayer mode known as the Resistance mode. While exploring the world is a bit more fun with other people, I can’t imagine wanting to play these missions enough times to unlock more than a few new abilities.