Homefront: The Revolution
Developer Dambuster announced a new four-player-focused mode for Homefront: The Revolution, and revealed beta participants will be able to try it out next month on Xbox One.
The new mode, titled Resistance Mode, tasks players with customizing and leveling up a group of four to take on the the KPA military in guerrilla warfare on the streets of occupied Philadelphia. You can check out the trailer below to see the new mode in action, and head here to learn more about signing up to play. The beta is exclusive to Xbox One and begins February 11 and ends on February 14.
Some other details about the game from director Hasit Zala note that the game will have a 30 hour campaign, 12 Resistance Mode missions with plans to up that number to 20 missions within the first year, and a confirmation that those future missions will all be free.
Dambuster also detailed some of the game's reserve items, which you can see below.
Homefront: The Revolution takes place in Philadelphia under North Korean rule. The game is positioned as an open-world first-person shooter, and supports both solo and cooperative play. It releases May 17 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. For more on the game head here.