10 Jun

Homefront, an upcoming first-person currently in development at Kaos Studios and set to be published by THQ, has been confirmed to be slated for a release on February 22, 2011. Set in 2027, ten years after the United States of America have collapsed in the wake of an energy crisis, players will become a member of the American Civilian Resistance to fend off North Korean invaders. The previous game that was developed by Kaos Studios was Frontlines: Fuel of War, a first-person shooter set in 2024 amidst a global conflict for natural resources.

The game will feature both single and multiplayer modes, with the story for the single player aspect of the game being written by John Milius, a screenwriter who worked on “Apocalypse Now” and directed “Red Dawn.”

Though the game had already been revealed at last year’s E3, very little information has been released concerning the game. The will be released for the PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360.

3 thoughts on “Homefront Confirmed for February 2011 Release”

  1. You know, this caught my attention. The whole thing of US experiencing an energy crisis isn’t that far fetched, and fighting on the home turf as a resistance fighter is something that isn’t done all that often.

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