In uphill of its output stalled at next month on PC and gaming consoles, Homefront: The Revolution presents the actions it will be possible to carry out in the open world that is offered in Philadelphia in a new trailer shown below.
After some passages rather uncomfortable, the development of Homefront: The Revolution reaches its final stretch. The title developed by Dambuster Studios promises to do better than its first episode, particularly in its originality.
To demonstrate its capabilities, the publisher Deep Silver has released a new trailer which highlights what is possible in the open environment of the game that is to be held in Philadelphia.
Topics will conduct a series of small actions to liberate the oppressed people and to set up a revolution to lift the existing system. For this, tasks briefly presented seem rather varied.
In the video, we can see that the city is divided into three distinct areas called Red Zone, Yellow Zone and Green Zone. The player will start at the bottom of the scale in the Red Zone, the most affected part of Philadelphia and will have to perform many missions to thwart the Korean army, but also inspire American citizens to push for revolt against the occupier.
Recall that Homefront: The Revolution will be marketed on 20 May 2016 in Europe on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.