Homefront: The Revolution Gets New Single Player DLC

Jorge Jimenez
Posted Nov 9, 2016
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Time to listen to some rebel radio. Deep Silver and Dambuster Studios just released the second single player DLC for Homefront: The Revolution.

Here’s what’s going on in the Aftermath DLC according to the press release from Deep Silver:

The Revolution has begun and most of Philadelphia is now under Resistance control, but as the fighting intensifies morale is being destroyed by KPA propaganda broadcasts from the captured Resistance leader Walker. Against all odds you must defy orders and attempt to rescue Walker before the Resistance silence him permanently….

  • Play as lone wolf Ethan Brady and defy resistance leadership to liberate Walker from the clutches of the KPA
  • Discover what happened to Walker after his capture and why he is broadcasting against the resistance
  • Cross into new areas of KPA occupied Philadelphia and risk your life for what many believe is a resistance traitor

If you’ve never played Homefront: The Revolution, you spearhead a Resistance movement against an occupying North Korean Army (KPA) in the streets of Philadephia. You’ll need to free different sections of the city in order to bolster the Resistance and push back the KPA. You’ll accomplish these near impossible task by doing guerrilla warfare against an enemy with overwhelming numbers and superior weaponry.

A new free Resistance Mode Mission called Uncle S.A.M is also available. In this mission, your squad needs to deploy a series of S.A.M launchers to fend off the KPA’s aircraft then take their high command before they re-establish a foothold.

The Aftermath DLC is available now for Homefront: The Revolution on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Aftermath is free for all Homefront Expansion Pass holders and can be purchased separately for $5.99. Be sure to check out our interview with CJ Kershner about Homefront: The Revolution’s long development after Deep Silver picked them up after the collapse of THQ.

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