The Kaos-developed Korean invasion in Homefront is the story the single-player campaign is built upon. It’s an unorthodox setting we don’t see every day, a change and a ballsy move that can either make or break the game, but what the industry – and more importantly, gamers – are in dire need of.
But what about the game’s online warfare? Its secretive nature has had people sitting on edge for quite some time. Actually, that might be a tad overdramatic, but so is the debut trailer of Homefront‘s multiplayer, not that we’re complaining. Being all in-game footage makes it even more special and we sure can’t wait for this one to hit shelves next year, even if it doesn’t sell 15 million copies over night.