In some exciting news for PlayStation fans, Crytek decided to unveil their overhaul project, Homefront: The Revolution on Monday.
The game is the follow-up to the 2011 title from THQ. And though Homefront wasn’t the blockbuster THQ hoped it would be, the game did continue to draw in new players and have a solid following.
Since the first game, quite a bit has changed. No longer is the series handled by THQ, that duty now belongs to Crytek has taken over, The game’s sequel, Homefront: The Revolution, has been in development for the past three years. The new game is set in Philadelphia, and the city has become overrun by warfare.
The game places the player in the midst of all out guerilla warfare, and Crytek does so with an open world, sandbox style in mind. While Homefront: The Revolution is still a first person shooter, the game is far from linear and will allow players to attack however the see fit.
With some pretty big promises, stating that The Revolution pits players in the midst of the second American Revolution, Homefront: The Revolution sets the bar pretty high.
Throughout the initial reveal trailer, the game looks to have quite a few beautiful visuals as well as spectacular moments. The game will also feature 4 player co-op allowing players to tackle the military force as a combined resistance.
Crytek mentioned in the PlayStation blog post that they will be doing the first gameplay demo at E3. With E3 a week from today, gamers waiting for their next shot at taking back America in Homefront: The Revolution, the wait won’t be too long.
Homefront: The Revolution launches in 2015, and will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac and Linux.