Deep Silver has revealed the online co-op “Resistance Mode” for Homefront: The Revolution with the new “Freedom Fighters” gameplay trailer which you can view below.
Resistance Mode is a brand new four-player co-operative online experience. Form a Resistance Cell with your friends online and wage guerrilla warfare against the KPA military in thrilling narrative-driven missions across occupied Philadelphia. Customize your personal roster of Freedom Fighters as you and your teammates go from rookie civilians to battle hardened soldiers. Unlock new skills, earn weapon blueprints, rare equipment and combat gear to upgrade.
Xbox One owners can be the first to try it out when the Closed Beta runs February 11-14 exclusively on Xbox One. In addition, registered members of the Homefront community may also be invited to participate in a sneak preview of Resistance Mode via one of the upcoming Closed Beta Stress Tests which will take place on Friday, January 29th and Friday, February 5th on Xbox One.
In addition to the games 30-plus hour single-player campaign, Resistance Mode is expected to launch with 12 Missions, and another 20 missions within the first year. To ensure that the community can always play together, all Resistance Mode Missions will be free to download.
All pre-orders for the game will receive the “Revolutionary Spirit” pack. The “Revolutionary Spirit” pre-order offer gives players unique skins and instant unlocks of select weapons for the campaign. The Revolutionary Spirit pack available at all retailers includes: the Red Skull motorbike skin and the Golden pistol skin for campaign along with instant unlocks of the Marksman Rifle, Sniper Scope and Remote Explosives for your Resistance Mode character.
Homefront: The Revolution will be available on Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC in North American retail stores on May 17th, 2016 and May 20th, 2016 in all other territories. Players will also enjoy major free content updates as part of an extensive post-launch support program from Dambuster Studios. Native Mac and Linux versions are also in development.