Crytek and Deep Silver have announced that they will be finally launching Homefront: The Revolution (originally known as Homefront 2) in 2015. Homefront: The Revolution is a free-roaming, first-person shooter that is being developed for next-gen consoles. The Revolution depicts an extreme, alternate reality where North Korea becomes an expansive force called the Korean People's Army which goes on to invade and occupy the United States. You play a rebel located in Philadelphia who must try to liberate the good city from its oppressive occupants. Unfortunately, the Korean People's Army is heavily funded and have access to futuristic weaponry beyond the capabilities of any small militia, so your rebellion must use tactics of guerrilla warfare to try and do some damage.
Homefront: The Revolution will be able to support up to four players in online co-op gameplay and is being developed using Crytek's CRYENGINE technology. Factoring in Deep Silver's impressive background with its Metro series, it looks like Homefront will be an excellent addition to next-gen consoles.
Be prepared to liberate the City of Brotherly Love from its occupation by the Greater Korean Republic when Homefront: The Revolution launches in 2015 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We'll have more on Homefront: The Revolution from E3 in just another week.