showed a new trailer for Homefront: Revolution at Gamescom and announced that
users of XBox One will have access to the beta version of the game this winter.
The trailer for the game showed a thoroughly invaded United States, as a child stood on stage to read pre-written propaganda claiming that the United States was now complacent with its Korean People's Army (KPA) invaders. During that speech, it cut to images of the KPA oppressing the people, and the rebellion fighting and setting off bombs remotely with their smartphones.
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gameplay opened with a rebel soldier driving a motorcycle through an invaded
city through the streets and across roofs, avoiding the blue light of
futuristic scanners. The soldier then got off the motorcycle, used a remote
control RC car to blow up a group of soldiers, and played a hacking minigame to
establish a communication relay, which rewards a fly-through the city,
reminiscent of taking over the towers in Far Cry.
Homefront: Revolution coming in 2016.