The American way of life isn't quite what it used to be - you laugh when you think about the comforts of our long-lost country, but not with humor. Four years of occupation by the North Korean military has drained the United States of its freedom, turning a vital and diverse population into a herd of terrified, oppressed prisoners. Resistance is brewing, but the enemy possesses every advantage, from the technology you can only dream about, a devastating arsenal, impenetrable armor and a full-fledged aerial assault. Even so, your resistance cell won't be squashed - you're ready for the battle with guerrilla warfare tactics, deadly homemade weapons and perhaps the greatest weapon of all - a little good old-fashioned American spirit. Return to the fight for freedom that began in Homefront with Homefront: The Revolution Collectors Edition as you lead a resistance cell against the force and might of the North Korean military force. Explore the devastated ruins of the United States as you prowl the war-torn suburbs of occupied Philadelphia in an expansive open world with dynamic weather and day-and-night cycles brought to life by arresting CRYENGINE-powered visuals. Forget everything you know about the first-person shooter as you get your hands dirty with guerrilla warfare by ambushing enemy forces, infiltrating their ranks and unleashing hit-and-run tactics in adrenaline-pumping unscripted firefights. Strengthen your forces by recruiting revolutionaries, developing bases and safe houses, and build your own improvised arsenal of homemade weapons with your Guerrilla Tool Kit. Immerse yourself in the action of a thrilling single-player campaign that reveals the tragic and exciting tale of the second War of Independence and remember - every action you take determines not only your fate, but the fate of the nation. Team up with friends to form a resistance cell and establish yourselves as heroes of the revolution in online co-op play. Everything you know and love about America is at stake - will you fight like our forefathers to reclaim our freedom?