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Homefront: The Revolution ist ein Ego-Shooter-Videospiel, das von Dambuster Studios entwickelt und von Deep Silver für Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 und Xbox One veröffentlicht wurde. Es ist der Neustart / die Fortsetzung von Homefront. Homefront: The Revolution war für viele eine große Enttäuschung. Was fällt Christian Fritz Schneider ein, sich von diesem. In „Homefront” bekommt es Jason Statham mit gefährlichen Drogendealern zu tun. Ob es einen zweiten Teil mit „Homefront 2” geben wird. Paul Nicholls, Marketing-Manager bei Deep Silver erklärte, dass man einige Lehren aus dem Release von Homefront: The Revolution. Der neue Ego-Shooter The Revolution hat mit dem Vorgänger Homefront nur noch Eine Stunde gespielt: Homefront 2 ist ein kompetenter Shooter. Homefront 2 - The Revolution: Umstrittener Freiheitskampf in den Ruinen Philadelphias - Test. Groß angepriesen, jedoch mit Skepsis. Homefront: The Revolution im Test: Teil 2 der Homefront-Reihe ist ein solider Open-World-Shooter, der aber noch viel Feinschliff vertragen.
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See All. Freedom Fighter Bundle. 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. Crawford comes up with an alternate plan, in which he will pretend to capture Brady so he will be taken inside Independence Hall for the trial, at which point Brady can break free with Crawford's help and disable the Hall's defenses from inside.
The plan seems to work, and the Resistance storms into Independence Hall, only to discover there is no trial occurring and the courtroom is actually a sealed trap.
Mayor Simpson appears on a video projector to show that Crawford has betrayed the Resistance, and also that the KPA have mentally broken Ben Walker, who gives a national speech calling for the Resistance to surrender.
The Resistance manages to escape the trap thanks to Heather storming the Hall with the repaired Goliath, but in the resulting fight Heather is killed and the Goliath destroyed.
The KPA proceeds to launch retaliatory strikes against all Resistance outposts in Philadelphia, resulting in the Resistance's near collapse.
Although initially heavily demoralized, Parrish and Moore come up with a final last-ditch plan to storm City Hall and capture Mayor Simpson so he can be forced to read a message denouncing the KPA occupation on national TV, just like Walker was forced to denounce the Resistance.
Moore sends Brady to release the criminals and killers from the KPA's prison zone to help provide the firepower needed to storm City Hall. The attack on City Hall succeeds, however Mayor Simpson refuses to read the message given to him, stating that the KPA will kill everyone in Philadelphia with nerve gas if they feel they are losing control of the city, claiming that they have secretly already done so with Boston and Pittsburgh.
Moore loses control and executes Simpson on live TV in retaliation for Simpson's sexual abuse of her while she was his prisoner.
Despite lacking Ben Walker's eloquence, Parrish's heartfelt speech succeeds in spurring the people of Philadelphia to rebel. Parrish, Moore, and Brady celebrate their success, but are interrupted by a disgusted Dr.
Burnett, who informs them that the KPA are gassing the city, just as Mayor Simpson warned would happen. Feeling that violence has only provoked mass murder, Burnett abandons the Resistance and goes to try to help evacuate the city.
Parrish, Moore, and Brady attempt to use the Resistance's captured Surface-to-Air missile launchers to shoot down the airships deploying the nerve gas, only to find that the airships are protected by a swarm of automated drones.
Parrish and Brady go to confront Crawford, hoping he knows how to shut down the drone defenses. A frightened Crawford claims the KPA discovered his status as a double agent and forced him to betray the Resistance, and tells Parrish how to shut down the drones in exchange for protection.
A disgusted Parrish instead abandons Crawford, leaving it up to Brady to decide whether to spare the traitor or execute him.
With only a few minutes left until the airships gas the city, Parrish, Moore, and Brady storm Independence Hall where the drone control station is located, only to be stopped by a Goliath.
Parrish is shot several times, while Moore grabs an explosive pack and sacrifices herself in order to suicide bomb the Goliath and destroy it.
An injured Brady makes a final push to the drone control station, but is overpowered and nearly choked unconscious by a KPA officer before he can deactivate the drones.
However, Parrish overcomes his injuries long enough to arrive to kill the KPA officer and save Brady, who sends the signal to shut down the drones.
This allows the Resistance to shoot down the KPA airships before they can gas most of the city. Brady helps support the wounded Parrish as the two of them walk outside to watch the airships being shot down, with Parrish declaring that the revolution has begun.
The Voice of Freedom is a prelude to the main game, showing Ben Walker's infiltration into Philadelphia, during which he fights through KPA forces as well a local gang of criminals, eventually arriving at the safehouse to save Ethan Brady from the KPA.
In Aftermath , which takes place after the end of the main game, Ethan Brady is sent by Jack Parrish to assassinate Ben Walker in order to stop the demoralizing effect of his pro-KPA propaganda broadcasts.
Brady decides to try and rescue Walker instead, still feeling indebted to Walker for saving his life. Brady discovers that Walker only cooperated with the KPA after weeks of torture and the KPA executing civilians whenever he refused to obey them.
Upon learning this, Parrish decides that Brady is correct in wanting to rescue Walker instead of killing him. Brady manages to break into the KPA prison facility where Walker is being held, and the two of them fight their way out of the prison and escape in a KPA helicopter being piloted by Cook, the Resistance's gunsmith.
Parrish and Brady receive a garbled transmission from a NATO agent moments before the KPA launches a final assault on their headquarters, forcing the remains of the Resistance to flee in disarray.
Brady accompanies Burnel to the silo, and with assistance from the remains of the Resistance manages to hold off a KPA assault long enough for Burnel to prepare and launch the missile.
However, a malfunction causes the silo launch doors to jam, forcing Brady to jump into the launch shaft to open them manually.
This traps Brady inside the launch shaft, and he tells Burnel to launch the missile anyway even though the ignition blast will kill him.
Burnel is initially reluctant to do so, but after KPA soldiers break into the control room and shoot her, she hits the launch button before dying.
The KPA soldiers attempt to stop the launch but to no avail. Brady is incinerated by the missile's ignition, and the missile successfully destroys the APEX network.
Despite the mixed reviews received by Homefront , THQ confirmed that a sequel to Homefront was in development. The developer of the previous installment, Kaos Studios , was closed by THQ in June as part of a corporate re-organization; while THQ originally stated that future work on the franchise would be assumed by THQ's Montreal studio, it was later announced that the game would be developed by Crytek UK instead.
Crytek designer Fasahat Salim commented that "when Crytek acquired the IP, all of a sudden we had the freedom to take this game wherever we wanted"; under the auspices of THQ, the game was designed with a linear format.
Under Crytek's involvement, the game was changed to use an open world structure. The Revolution is set in Philadelphia ; Salim noted the city is a more recognizable and relatable location than the small, Western city of Montrose, Colorado used as the setting of Homefront , but that players will still be able to tell that something is not right, giving it an "alien" feeling.
Events will occur across the city throughout the game, concurrently with story missions; Salim explained that "if you're in the middle of a mission and all of a sudden you find yourself in a heated skirmish between the resistance and the KPA, that's just You can join that if you want to, or you can use that to your advantage.
Development of the game was affected by financial issues at Crytek; in June , reports surfaced that the company had missed wage payments and withheld bonuses for Crytek UK staff members, and that as a result, a number of employees had filed grievances and refused to report to work, and a number of employees—including Homefront director Hasit Zala, had left the company entirely.
After denying that there were issues, Crytek later admitted on 25 July that it was in a "transitional phase" as it secured capital for future projects, with a particular focus on online gaming.
On 30 July , Crytek announced that due to an internal restructuring, it would sell the Homefront intellectual property to Koch Media , parent company of Deep Silver.
Development duties for Homefront: The Revolution were assumed by the newly formed Dambuster Studios in Nottingham; to comply with British business transfer law , all Crytek UK employees were transferred to this new subsidiary.
On the acquisition, Koch Media's CEO Klemens Kundratitz stated that the company "strongly [believes] in the potential of Homefront: The Revolution and trust in the new team to continue the path they have been walking in the last years.
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