Homefront: The Revolution’s first single-player DLC is out today

By Marshall Lemon, Wednesday, 28 September 2016 16:52 GMT

The Voice of the People DLC has finally launched for Homefront: The Revolution.

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Homefront: The Revolution’s first single-player DLC is out today

How has it been only four months since Homefront: The Revolution? Sometimes it seems like years since the game launched, received middling reviews, and was quickly forgotten about for No Man’s Sky hype. But Deep Silver still has single-player DLC lined up, the first of which launched today: The Voice of the People.

This new storyline follows Benjamin Walker, the most wanted man in America, as he attempts to infiltrate Philadelphia and launch attacks against the KPA. Along the way, players will follow the events leading into Homefront: The Revolution, including the early days of Jack Parish’s resistance cell. Oh, and there’s a new faction to deal with as well – the “90” street gang, which controls Philadelphia’s subways.

On the downside, we’re already getting reports that Voice of the People is on the short side. That said, if you enjoyed what Homefront: The Revolution had to offer, you probably won’t go wrong here either. The Voice of Freedom is available under the Homefront Expansion pass, or as a separate DLC purchase on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One platforms.

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