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Homefront could be your new favourite tactical video game


There's a time and a place for running gung-ho into an angry mob, hoping the element of surprise will carry you to victory. 

Homefront: The Revolution isn't one such game. 

Set in a dystopian Philadelphia ruled by an oppressive military regime, this team-based shooter relies on careful planning and strategy to get results - demonstrated by the title's latest trailer. A few tactical strikes can turn the tide in your favour, convincing the local population to take up arms and join your cause (that name makes a bit more sense now, right?).

Check out the gameplay in action below. 

Homefront: The Revolution will be released on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on 17 May 2016



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