Homefront: The Revolution
Developer(s) Dambuster Studios
Publisher(s) Deep Silver
Engine CryEngine (4th generation)
Released NA-May 17, 2016
JP-May 19, 2016
UK-May 20, 2016
Genre(s) First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Platform(s) PlayStation 4
Xbox One
Media Optical disc, download

Homefront: The Revolution is an open world first-person shooter video game under development by Deep Silver Dambuster, taking over for the now defunct Kaos Studios. It will be a reboot of the Homefront franchise and will be using the next-gen CryEngine. After THQ, the game's original publisher, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy on January 23, 2013, Crytek acquired the Homefront franchise during a sale of the company's assets for $500,000. However, they sold the game to Deep Silver after financial problems. The game's current developer is the newly formed Dambuster Studios.

The game was released on May 17, 2016 in North America and May 20, 2016 in Europe for Linux, Microsoft Windows, OS X,PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.


Homefront: The Revolution is set in an alternate timeline in the year 2029, four years into the North Korean occupation of the United States. The city of Philadelphia, once the birthplace of independence is now a heavily policed and oppressed environment, with civilians living in fear as the Korean People's Army patrol multiple districts in the city. In the city, a rebellion is brewing and the resistance grows stronger, being led by Jack Parrish, the leader of the Philadelphia cell, Dana Moore, resistance veteran, and newest member of the resistance, Ethan Brady.


Compared to the original game, Homefront: The Revolution will be an open-world type game with many districts to explore. The player will have to scavenge parts from buildings and stashes to create/modify weapons and equipment. The KPA's weapons are all fingerprint-locked and as such they will have a sizeable advantage over the resistance. There will also be side missions where the player will be called off to carry out tasks like assassinating a high-ranking KPA general or steal a KPA drone. Another new feature introduced is the enhanced ability to modify weapons such as adding a foregrip or a sight in the middle of a firefight or to convert a rifle to a LMG and vice-versa [1][2].

Weapons, Uniform & EquipmentEdit

The following weapons, uniforms & gadgets are featured in Homefront: The Revolution:


  • M4 (in-game name Assault Rifle. Available variants include LMG and Limpet Mine Launcher)
  • M9 (in-game name Pistol. Available variants include Submachine Gun and Pneumatic Pistol)
  • Panzerfaust-3 (in-game name RPG Launcher)
  • Mossberg 590 (in-game name Pump Action Shotgun. Available variants include Full Auto Shotgun and Inferno Launcher)
  • Ares Shrike 5.56 (in-game name Light Machine Gun. Conversion for Assault Rifle)
  • MP7-like SMG conversion kit (for pistol)
  • Crossbow (Available variants include Blunderbuss and Flamethrower)
  • Remington 700
  • Springfield M1A (in-game name Battle Rifle. Available variants include Marksman Rifle and Freedom Launcher)
  • Unknown KPA SMG (Seems to be a mix between an FN P90 , a QBZ-95b, and a Magpul PDR)
  • Unknown KPA assault rifle (Seems to be a futuristic variant of the SAR-21)
  • KPA armory


  • KPA uniform (2029 version, image 2, image 3)
  • Bolt cutters
  • Remote-controlled car
  • Smart phone with camera
  • Flashlight
  • Knife
  • Molotov Cocktail - Incendiary (good for infantry, not so good on vehicles)
  • IED - Explosives (good for infantry, even better for vehicles)
  • Distractions (made from firecrackers, used to distract KPA troops)
  • Hack Devices (to disable enemy terminals and frenzy drones)
  • Proximity (teddy bear holding equipment - goes off when enemies are near)
  • Remote (with remote detonator on equipment - set off through smartphone)
  • RC Car (uses Remote-controlled car - can "drive" equipment to a location and detonate via smartphone)

Uniform & Toolkit Edit

  • KPA uniform (2029 version)
  • Bolt cutters
  • Remote-controlled car (for equipment only)
  • Smart phone with camera
  • Flashlight
  • Knife

Attachments Edit

  • Reflex Sight (Based off of Trijicon SRS-02)
  • Holographic Sight
  • ACOG
  • Iron Sights (default attachment on all weapons)
  • Foregrip
  • 4x. Scope
  • Sniper Scope
  • Bipod
  • Laser Sight
  • Muzzle Brake (Assault Rifle Only)
  • Silencer (Pistol Only)

Open World Weapons Edit

  • Brick

Gear Edit

  • Kneepads
  • Lightweight Boots
  • Pickpocket
  • Backpack Carry Increase
  • Mag Pouch Bungee Cover
  • Camouflage Hoodie
  • Stacked Mag Pouch
  • Medical Pouch
  • Lightweight Strapping
  • Composite Syringe
  • Tactical Vest


The following vehicles were seen in demos and pre-release videos. These are subject to change: 

  • Goliath (2029 version, seen in E3 trailer)
  • Harbin Z-9 Lookalike helicopter (Seen in E3 gameplay, possibly Korean version)
  • KPA Airship (Loosely based off the HAV-3, possibly used as recon, gunships or floating aircraft carriers)
  • Scanner Drone
  • Humvee type vehicle (Possibly an American HMMWV/H1, Chinese CS/VA1 or Korean clone)
  • M1 Abrams (burnt out; unusable)
  • Motorcycle
  • Resistance pick-up truck (crudely made - used to transport equipment)



During development, people over the age of 18 were able to apply to have their face scanned into the game for NPC models.[3]




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