Homefront features enhanced visuals on PS4 Pro, including higher resolutions and smoother framerate.
Philadelphia - once the birthplace of Independence - has become a ghetto, where surveillance drones and armoured patrols keep the population at heel, crushing any dissent with savage force.
Her once-proud citizens live in a police state, forced to collaborate just to survive, their dreams of freedom long since extinguished.
But in the badlands of the Red Zone, in the bombed out streets and abandoned subways, a Resistance is forming. A guerrilla force, determined to fight for their freedoms despite overwhelming odds and ignite the second American Revolution.
But Freedom always has a price…
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Well to be honest I got Homefront: The Revolution with low expectations on a sale because i knew this one is not made by old THQ developers and it was under development by another studio who bought the rights of the game when THQ bankrupted. So since i really enjoyed the first game i said to myself to give this game a try at least during a sale and I did it, the game has potential and it could be much better, but sadly it couldn't manage to deliver a worthy and great experience. The story of the first game was really a blast for me and I really loved to see how they are gonna continue it, but it seems they just wrote a not very clever plot for this one and forgot to push it into a higher level, so that's about the story it's not bad nor good, just an average one. The visuals are quite impressive and I didn't find any serious performance issues on this version of the game which definitely received some fixes and patches. The gunplay is great and there are many weapons with upgrades available in the game, gameplay is fun and enjoyable at the beginning but sadly after a while it loses its charm and become kinda over repetitive, especially on the missions which is not a good thing. Homefront: The Revolution sadly as it names shows could not be as revolutionary as the first one and I just think its an average FPS with lots of potentials that didn't end up well.
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