Homefront: The Revolution for PC
PC - Windows

Homefront: The Revolution

May 17, 2016
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About this game

Developer: Dambuster Studios
Content Rating: Mature


Four years into the brutal military occupation, America is on its knees. 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…

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 all x64
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K (3.3 GHz) or equivalent or AMD FX-8320 (3.5 GHz) or equivalent
  • Memory: 8192 MB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 760 (2048 MB) or equivalent or Radeon HD 7870 (2048 MB) or equivalent
  • Storage: 38 GB available space


  • OS: Windows 7/8/10 all x64
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-4570T (2.9 GHz) or equivalent or AMD FX-6100 (3.3 GHz) or equivalent
  • Memory: 6144 MB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 560 TI (1024 MB) or equivalent or Radeon R7 260X (2048 MB) or equivalent
  • Storage: 38 GB available space

Gamer Reviews

8258 Reviews
0 review
Apr 26, 2021

The reviews are really bad about this game but I want to tell you don't judge a book by its cover. Homefront the revolution is a great game. You have story, gameplay, and mind blowing graphics. There is some issue with the game regarding texture pop ins, but apart from that everything's perfect. I do suggest you to buy this game!



Apr 21, 2022

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Critic Reviews

33 Reviews
Austin WalkerMay 24, 2016
It is a dull game that fails to offer more than passing enjoyment, hitching and glitching all along the way. It offers a middling co-operative mode in a field filled with games trying to innovate in that space. It struggles to say anything--even something bombastic and cartoonish--about crisis, nationality, or revolution. It tries to roar America, but instead coughs out a few, unintelligible grunts.
Tyler WildeMay 19, 2016
Homefront: The Revolution was fun early on, when I was experimenting with new weapon modifications and attachments, practicing sneakery and learning the tricks to breaking into and capturing safehouses. But I lost interest once I learned I was best off ignoring its stealth systems and most of its guns, and the story isn’t riveting enough to accommodate hours of running past the same patrols without so much as a different-colored landscape to look at.
Leon HurleyMay 17, 2016
An interesting change of pace for a first person shooter that has some nice ideas and mechanics, but can’t quite get everything to sing.

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