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Homefront: The Revolution is the follow up to the commercially successful Homefront, and drops you into a world where the United States has been occupied for four years. Immerse yourself in high stakes gameplay where you must lead the resistance movement in tactical guerrilla warfare against a superior Korean People’s Army military force. A dynamic, responsive and visually striking open world responds to your actions - you and your resistance cell can inspire a rebellion on the streets and be the force that makes the critical difference in the war, turning occupation into revolution as oppressed civilians take up the fight.
But your enemy has the advantage - superior technology, firepower, heavy armor and air support. You must learn the art of guerrilla warfare – ambush, sabotage, infiltration, deception – and fight a running battle through the war-ravaged suburbs of an occupied Philadelphia.
And the single player campaign is just the start – an incredible Co-Op feature lets you and your friends form your own resistance cell and become renowned as Heroes of the Revolution.
Located in the Liberty Bell Center in Independence National Historical Park, the Liberty Bell is one of the most iconic symbols of freedom in the US. The iconic crack was created when it was first rung in Philadelphia upon it’s arrival. In its early years, the Liberty Bell was used to summon lawmakers to legislative sessions and to alert citizens to public meetings and proclamations. Historians believe that it was one of the various bells ung after the reading of the Declaration of Independence in 1776.Learn More
One of the hallmarks of the American Revolution, Independence Hall is where the United States Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were created and adopted. Built in 1753 as the colonial legislature for the Province of Pennsylvania. From 1775 to 1783, Independence Hall served at the principal meeting location for the Second Continental Congress. It is now considered a historical landmark and is location in the Independence National Historical Park.Learn More
Valley Forge was a military camp in the American Revolutionary War. The American Continental Army spent the winner of 1777-1778 there, after fighting the Battle of White March in early December. In modern times, it serves as a national park where visitors can see replica cabins, original cannons, and various memorials such as the National Memorial Arch.Learn More