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Homefront: The Revolution sparks up a civil war on Xbox One and PC

Homefront: The Revolution is now available for purchase (opens in new tab) on Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4. the open world, first-person shooter puts the player in command of the resistance movement against an established military force. It's your job to inspire a rebellion and encourage oppressed civilians to take up the fight and aid your cause.

The game is billed to have a living, breathing, open world with capable AI and scripting that will enable full immersion with characters responding to your actions. There's not only a single-player campaign but also co-operative play where you can band with friends to create your own resistance cell.

Be sure to check availability in your region as the title hasn't yet launched everywhere.

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  • I never got around to playing the first Homefront game. I'd probably wasn't too try this one before I splurge 70 bucks on it though.
  • Yet another game not on xb360
  • Forget it, the Xbox 360 is pretty much dead at this point, a relic of the past. It's 2016 and you still haven't upgraded to an Xbox One yet?
  • I don't have any console and won't buy xbox one cause e3 is just a month away and I am expecting a better console Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Fair enough, I expect the new consoles to just be a slim Xbox One though and therefore, it won't have any actual improvements to the hardware. Just smaller if that's what you want.
  • If they want to beat the ps4 then they need to upgrade the hardware Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • That depends on whether the rumors of the PS4 Neo are true. It may very well just be a slim PS4 with an upgraded 4K bluray drive and HDMI 2.0 support. Not necessarily more powerful hardware.
  • Of course. The 360 was released over 10 years ago.
  • I'm pretty butt hurt over no ZX Spectrum port myself.
  • the pc version is terrible
  • Don't expect the console versions to be any better. 
  • Lol. Many may not buy due to this single comment
  • I'm not sure how that video is confirmation that the game is terrible? It literally just shows one corner where the AI seems to get stuck and physics glitching out, which is present in every game ever
  • 360 is dead. MS have even stopped making the hardware.
    Time to upgrade.
  • Nobody gonna buy that.
  • Reviews are ass
  • Maybe if they stuck with the storyline from the first one I would have gotten it but nah this looks bad. Posted via the Windows Central App for Symbian
  • Need to wat for reviews
  • Better yet go to your local Library after it's release and borrow it for free. Try it out then.