Deep Silver has provided further details on the Expansion Pass for Homefront: The Revolution.
Homefront: The Revolution’s Expansion Pass to include single-player campaign DLC
Announced alongside the Goliath Edition back in March without further detail, the Expansion Pass will come with access to three single-player campaign expansions.
It will also unlock bonuses for Homefront’s online co-operative Resistance Mode.
The first single-player DLC release will be the Voice of Freedom and Aftermath. Each will add new districts and “several hours of original content” which adds to the 30-hour campaign. Both are slated for release this year.
A larger expansion, Beyond the Walls, will follow in 2017 with more details to come, according to the publisher.
Those who own the Expansion Pass will be provided with some Resistance Mode perks such as:
Supply Line – Gives players a free Resistance Crate each week when logging into Resistance Mode
The Right Kind of School – This unlocks three new starting backgrounds for the player’s Resistance Mode characters: ATF Agent, G-Man and US Marshall.
Finally, Resistance Mode launches with six missions with the first Missions set to arrive in June. All Resistance Mode missions free.
Homefront: The revolution released yesterday on May 17 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The Expansion Pass is also available and will run you $24.99 or your regional equivalent.